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Tigers Held to Six Hits in Shutout

September 10, 1935 Senators 6, Tigers 0 (86-46)

Not a whole lot of good came out of this game. The Tigers were held to only six hits and Schoolboy Rowe and the pen were touched for six runs on fifteen hits and the Senators had four runs through three innings.

Pete Fox had two hits as nobody was stellar on offense. All six of the Tiger’s hits were singles.

Thanks. I started last year with 1984 and figured I’d tackle something a little older. It’s been a lot of fun.

Posted by Brian on September 11th, 2005 at 5:10 pm

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