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Tigers Win Front End of Doubleheader While Second Game Ends in Tie

June 5, 1935 Tigers 5, Indians 4 (22-18)

Tommy Bridges did it all in the game. Not only did he pitch great, but with the scored tied at 4-4, he doubled in the bottom of the ninth to set up the winning run. He did give up four runs on ten hits in his nine innings of work, but he struck out eight to earn his seventh victory of the season. Mickey Cochrane and Billy Rogell both had two hits in the game.

June 5, 1935 Tigers 4, Indians 4 (22-18)

After six innings of play, this game was cut short because of darkness. Mickey Cochrane hit a solo homer and Hank Greenberg went two for three with two RBIs.

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