July 28, 1935 Tigers 14, Indians 6 (57-35)
The Tigers gave Schoolboy Rowe an early 7-0 lead, but in the bottom of the second, he ran into trouble. By the end of two innings, Rowe was on the bench in place of Chief Hogsett and the Indians had cut the lead to only two runs.
It didn’t take too long for the Tigers to put the game away. They added three more in the third to essentially put the game out of reach. Goose Goslin had a big game. He went four for six with five RBIs. Jo Jo White scored four runs and Hank Greenberg had four hits and two RBIs.
Hogsett walked away with the win, and the Tigers increased their lead over the Yankees to three games.