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Tigers Walk Away With First Win of the Season

April 18, 1935 Tigers 5, White Sox 4 (1-1)

Patience at the plate and some poor control by the White Sox pitching staff helped the Tigers earn their first win of the season. In all, the Tigers drew twelve walks, including the final one that walked home the winning run in the bottom of the ninth.

Tommy Bridges had his share of trouble, but worked out of a few jams to win the game. He gave up four runs, twelve hits, and he walked six runs. Goose Goslin had his second big game in a row, going three for five, with a double and two runs.

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