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White Sox Crush Tigers With Four Homers

April 24, 1935 White Sox 10, Tigers 4 (2-6)

With the White Sox up 1-0, the Tigers put four runs on the board. The inning was capped off by a two run shot by shortstop Billy Rogell. It was the first time in this season that the Tigers scored four runs in a single inning. Unfortunately, another Tiger wouldn’t cross the plate, and in all, they were held to only three hits.

The wheels came off the wagon in the bottom of the seventh. With the Tigers up 4-3, the White Sox scored three to put the home team up for good. In the eighth, they added four more for a little insurance. Tommy Bridges walked away with the loss and wasn’t able to retire a single batter in the seventh when he came on in relief.

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