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Tigers Held to Four Hits, Split Series With Senators

August 16, 1935 Senators 8, Tigers 1 (68-39)

Elden Auker couldn’t even pitch through the fourth inning as he got hit hard in taking the loss. He gave up seven runs and nine hits in 3 1/3 innings.

Hank Greenberg had two of the Tigers four hits and he drove in their only run of the game.

The Yankees were coming to town for a huge four game series. If the Tigers could hold off the Yanks, it would go a long way to helping them win their second straight pennant.

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