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Tigers Take Two Against Cleveland, Schoolboy Rowe Wins Two

August 3, 1935 Tigers 5, Indians 4 (60-37)

The Tigers started off their doubleheader with the Indians by giving up two leads, only to put the game away in extra frames. With the Tigers up 3-0 in the eighth, the Indians tied the game with three runs against starter Elden Auker. The Tigers took a 4-3 lead in the bottom half of the inning only to see Auker once again give up the tying run to send the game into extra innings.

Chief Hogsett threw two shutout innings before Schoolboy Rowe came in and pitched a shutout twelth and earned his first win of the day when the Tigers put the game away in the twelth.

Hank Greenberg hit his 29th and 30th homers of the season and Goose Goslin drove in two runs.

August 3, 1935 Tigers 7, Indians 3 (61-37)

The second game of the doubleheader went a little more smoothly for the Tigers. They scored two in the second and five in the sixth to push out to a 7-0 lead before the Indians finally tagged Schoolboy Rowe for three in the eighth.

Rowe went the distance and gave up three runs on eight hits. He struck out five and he earned his second win of the day.

The Tigers scored their seven runs on only six hits. They drew six walks and the Indians committed two errors. Jo Jo White drove in three and tripled and Billy Rogell scored two runs.

The two wins extended the Tigers lead over the Yankees to 3 1/2 games.

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