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Yankees Shutout Tigers, Strong Outing by Joe Sullivan Wasted

May 26, 1935 Yankees 2, Tigers 0 (17-15)

Rookie Joe Sullivan threw nine strong innings, giving up only two runs and five hits. A solo homer by Bill Dickey and a wild pitch that scored Vito Tamulis were his only blemishes. Unfortunately he was outdueled.

Yankees starter Vito Tamulis held the Tigers to six hits. Gee Walker doubled to account for the only extra base hit for the Tigers.

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