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Tigers, Greenberg Hammer Yankees

May 14, 1935 Tigers 10, Yankees 4 (10-11)

Hank Greenberg homered and drove in four, while Charlie Gehringer had three hits, scored twice, and drove in two as the Tigers pummelled the Yankees.

General Crowder didn’t throw his best game, but thankfully he had enough run support. He gave up four runs, ten hits and five walks while striking out only one Yank.

For the first time since starting the season 2-3, the Tigers had pulled themselves to within a game of the .500 mark.

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