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Tommy Bridges Shutouts Browns in Tigers Rout

April 29, 1935 Tigers 18, Browns 0 (4-9)

The Tigers won back to back games for the first time in 1935 as they simply demolished the St. Louis Browns (the future Baltimore Orioles). The Tigers scored 18 runs on 15 hits. Goose Goslin and Hank Greenberg both hit homers and all nine Tigers crossed the plate at least once.

Tommy Bridges threw his best game of the season to date. He went the distance in his first shutout of the year, yielding only seven hits and striking out seven.

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