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Tigers Extend Winning Streak to Four Games on Five Hitter

July 16, 1984 Tigers 7, White Sox 1 (61-28)

Glenn Abbot pitched his best game of the season, throwing a five hit, one run complete game. Glenn Abbot was used as fourth/fifth starter in certain situations, racking up eight starts over thirteen games. After a rough stretch, the Tigers ended up releasing him on Auguest 14, 1984, ending his major league career.

Kirk Gibson was the hitting star, driving in three runs and scoring three on a homerun and a triple. Chet Lemon had two hits, and Lou Whitaker and Rupert Jones also drove in runs.

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