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Tigers Drop Hitfest, Split Four Game Series With Red Sox

June 14, 1935 Red Sox 10, Tigers 8 (26-23)

From May 30 through June 30, the Tigers played eight doubleheaders, so at times, manager Mickey Cochrane had to get creative. He did that in this game by starting rookie Clyde Hatter, who only lasted 3 1/3 innings. The Red Sox jumped out to a 7-1 lead in the fourth only to see the Tigers move in front 8-7 with a four run seventh. But two runs in the eighth and a run in the ninth put this game away.

The Tigers lost the game despite racking up seventeen hits. Hank Greenberg and Goose Goslin both had three hits and Pete Fox hit a homerun.

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