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Tigers Destroy Browns, Win Eighth Straight

July 5, 1935 Tigers 16, Browns 1 (44-29)

After putting 29 runs on the board in a doubleheader against the last place Browns a little over a week ago, the Tigers continued to beat up on St. Louis’ pitching in a new series at Navin Field. Hank Greenberg had one of his best games of the season as he was perfect a four for four. He drove in four, scored four and two of his four hits were homeruns.

Pete Fox and Goose Goslin also had big games. Fox went three for five with two doubles and three runs scored. Goslin went three for four with a triple, three RBIs and he scored four times.

Vic Sorrell kept the Browns in check for the entire game. The Browns scored a single run in the third, but that was the only run they’d get. Sorrell allowed only seven hits and he struck out three.

The win was the Tigers eighth in a row.

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