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Schoolboy Shelled as Tigers Lose Fourth Straight Game

April 25, 1935 White Sox 9, Tigers 8 (2-7)

The defending AL Champ’s struggles continued as the Tigers dropped their fourth straight game. Schoolboy Rowe was shelled in his 3 2/3 innings of work. He gave up nine runs and nine hits, and put the Tigers in a deficit they couldn’t crawl out of.

The Tigers did try to come back. They were down 9-5 through four innings, and they scored a run in the sixth and two in the ninth to shave the lead to a single run before falling short. Jo Jo White, Goose Goslin, and Charlie Gehringer all had two hits, and White scored twice.

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