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White Sox Sweep Tigers On Five Hitter

July 4, 1984 White Sox 8, Tigers 2 (55-25)

I’m sure the Tigers were very happy to get out of Chicago. Three games. Three beatings. Richard Dotson pitched eight innings of three hit ball to shut down the Tigers. The Tigers tried making a run in the ninth, but fell way short.

Milt Wilcox walked seven and gave up five hits and six runs, all in the sixth inning.

Darrell Evans and John Grubb hit homers for Detroit to account for their two runs.

Forty games after starting 35-5, the Tigers still stood at third games over .500. After a forty game stretch of .500 ball, they stood seven games ahead of Toronto, losing 1 1/2 games from where they were at the forty game mark.

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