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Tigers Trounce White Sox Behind Mickey Cochrane’s Big Game

June 2, 1935 Tigers 10, White Sox 5 (21-18)

Manager Mickey Cochrane had a big game for the Tigers as they split their two game series with the White Sox. He went three for three with two doubles, two RBIs, and a run scored. Charlie Gehringer drove in three and homered, and even General Crowder helped out his own cause with a two run single.

Crowder went the distance but tooks his lumps along the way. Fortunately the Tigers put up seven runs in the third inning to give him plenty of cushion. He gave up five runs on ten hits, and he walked six batters.

The win once again put the Tigers in the top half of the league. They were only four games out, but they had three teams in front of them, including the first place Yankees.

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