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Tigers Take Series Over Brown with Five Run Ninth

May 31, 1935 Tigers 6, Browns 5 (20-17)

Things looked pretty grim for the Tigers as they entered the bottom of the ninth down by a score of 5-1. Browns starter Bob Wellend walked the first three batters he faced in the ninth, and it even more downhill from there. The bulk of the damage was done by Goose Goslin, who had a bases clearing pinch hit double.

The Tigers managed only six hits, but they drew seven walks. Rookie Joe Sullivan threw just well enough to keep the Tigers in the game as he gave up four runs, seven hits and five walks through eight innings.

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