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Tigers Edge Senators For First Second Half Win

July 11, 1935 Tigers 7, Senators 6 (47-30)

A six run fourth inning by the Senators appear to put this one out of reach, but two runs in the eighth put the game into extra frames. The Tigers didn’t waste much time in extra innings as Billy Rogell reached base on an error and scored the winning run on relief pitcher Chief Hogsett’s single.

The Tigers had only seven hits, but both Charlie Gehringer and Goose Goslin homered. Schoolboy Rowe pitched 7 1/3 innings with the big fourth inning his only real flaw. He struck out four.

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