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Tigers Edge Browns for Ninth Straight Win

July 6, 1935 Tigers 7, Browns 6 (45-29)

The Tigers won their ninth straight game as they came from behind against the Browns. Tommy Bridges only lasted two innings as the Browns took a 5-2 lead, but a run in the bottom of the second shaved the lead to two runs. The Tigers added a run in the fourth and then took the lead for good in the sixth with two more.

The top three batters (Fox, Cochrane and Gehringer) scored all seven Tiger runs . Charlie Gehringer went two for two with two runs and two RBIs while leadoff hitter Pete Fox scored three runs.

Schoolboy Rowe held the Browns in check for the final seven innings as he gave up only a single run on five hits to earn the relief win.

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