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Tigers Head Into the All Star Break With Ten Straight Wins

July 7, 1935 Tigers 12, Browns 5 (46-29)

For the fourth time in five games, the Tigers scored double digit runs against the bottom dwellar of the American League. The win was their tenth straight, and they headed into the All Star Break a single game back of the first place Yankees.

The Tigers put up eleven of their twelve runs in the first three innings as they gave Elden Auker plenty of run support. Charlie Gehringer went three for three with four runs and Hank Greenberg went two for five with a double, a triple and three RBIs.

Auker was hit hard, but he only yielded five runs, all of which were driven in by Moose Solters with three homers. Schoolboy Rowe threw two shutout innings to end the game and the Tigers went into the break on a winning note.

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