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Tommy Bridges Wins 20th Game, Tigers Top Red Sox

September 16, 1935 Tigers 5, Red Sox 3

Tommy Bridges had a nice start as he held the Red Sox to three runs on ten hits as he won his 20th game of the season. He got all of his help in the fourth inning when the Tigers scored five runs.

Gee Walker and Billy Rogell both drove in two runs, had two two hits and scored a run. Charlie Gehringer was two for four with a run.

With the win, the Tigers extended their lead to 9 1/2 games. It was only a matter of time now before the Tigers clinched the pennant.

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