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Tigers Start Second Half With Loss

July 10, 1935 Senators 12, Tigers 11 (46-30)

The Tigers lost their first game in almost two weeks, but they didn’t go down without a fight. The Senators put seven runs on the board in the first inning and were up 12-5 before they made an attempt at a comeback. They scored a single run in the eighth, then in the ninth Charlie Gehringer led off the inning with a solo homer. Four runs later, the Tigers were down by a single run and Charlie Gehringer was back up with the tying and winning runs on base. Unfortunately, he couldn’t repeat his heroics of earlier in the inning, and he flew out to end the game.

Six different Tigers had multihit games and Joe Sullivan came in to relieve Tommy Bridges of the shelling he took in the first inning. In all, Bridges was only able to get a single batter out before giving up four hits.

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