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Tigers Edge Indians in Slugfest at Navin Field

June 6, 1935 Tigers 10, Indians 9 (23-18)

If you’re into hitting, you’d love this game. The Tigers took a seven run lead into the seventh inning, only to see the Indians score six in the seventh off of starter Schoolboy Rowe, and three in the eighth off of reliever Chief Hogsett to take the lead 9-7. The Tigers scored two in the bottom half of the eighth to tie it, then they won it in the tenth. A second game was supposed to be played, but it was called on account of rain, and the win put the Tigers in a tie for third with the Indians.

Goose Goslin had a monster game, going four for six with a triple, five RBIs and a run scored. Gee Walker homered, scored three times and drove in a run. In all, five Tigers had more then two hits, and rookie Joe Sullivan walked away with a win by pitching a shutout ninth and tenth inning.

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