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Tigers Top Senators In Rain Shortened Game

September 9, 1935 Tigers 5, Senators 4 (86-45)

The Tigers came back from a 4-2 deficit to top the Senators. Detroit scored two in the sixth to tie and one in the seventh to take the lead before the game was delayed and eventually called due to rain and darkness.

General Crowder was touched for four runs in the first three innings and left after five innings of work. Chief Hogsett relieved him and was perfect through the final two innings as he ended up getting the win.

Jo Jo White had two hits and two RBIs and Hank Greenberg was three for four with an RBI. Backup shortstop Flea Clifton had two hits and two runs.

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