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Tommy Bridges Strong Outing Helps Tigers Edge Red Sox

May 25, 1935 Tigers 3, Red Sox 2 (17-14)

Tommy Bridges pitched nine strong innings for the Tigers. He gave up only two runs on seven hits, and he struck out two. He won his fifth straigh game.

Hank Greenberg homered again. The two run shot, his ninth of the season, was the difference. Greenberg went three for four, and even put Red Sox starter Fritz Ostermueller in the hospital by nailing him with a line drive.

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