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Tigers Winning Streak Snapped in Tough Loss

July 21, 1935 Red Sox 7, Tigers 6 (52-34)

The Tigers dropped out of first place by a half game when they came from behing to score three runs in the ninth only to see Tommy Bridges blow the come from behind win by giving up three runs in the ninth. Wes Ferrell had the big blast for the Red Sox as he hit a three run pinch hit walk off homer to end the game.

Pete Fox had three hits, including two doubles, and an RBI. Ray Hayworth also had three hits while Goose Goslin and Billy Rogell each had two hits.

The loss put the Tigers a half game back of the first place Yankees and they had a huge three game series coming up against the Yanks.

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