DET@BOS 9/16/1935 part 2

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DET@BOS 9/16/1935 part 2 - 3 Bengals Win as Yanks Bow Victory Is Twentieth...
3 Bengals Win as Yanks Bow Victory Is Twentieth for Bridges Continued from First Sport Tarje ever, the run counted so Rogell's effort was a constructive one. Once the Tigers were ahead the attack went into decline. The Bengals got only two hits In the next four Innings, one of them being being a liner by Gehrlnger which struck Wilson somewhere or other and bounded to short. However, a couple of sparkling catches by Alamada and Cooke robbed Goslin and Walker of extra base hits. Although ,he struck out eight men. Bridges was lucky to pull through with a victory despite the four run lead the Tigers presented him In the fourth. Tom had a very close call In the seventh when, with the bases filled, Wes Ferrell, pinch hitting for Oscar Oscar Mehllo, hit a high fly to left. In a windless day the drive would have cleared the wall for a home run that would have tied the score. But. a stiff breeze was blowing in from left today, and Fen-ell's Fen-ell's Fen-ell's fly-was fly-was fly-was high enough to permit t1" win'l to hold It Inside the play-i play-i play-i ing field Goose Gn.ilin made the catch standing with his hack almost almost against the wall. will Hill Sessions' ncn-dent old Jet-vis Jet-vis ville. of -: -: of in years of oh ' If Fr-rreU'si Fr-rreU'si Fr-rreU'si hit had cleared the wall the Sox would have won the I no OS IDS game, for they scored two runs off Bridge in the ninth when they got to him for three hits. The Sox made a serious threat to take a commanding lead in the second when they filled the bases on a double by Johnson, Owen's muff of a throw from Rogell and a base on balls to Melillo, but Bridges choked off the threat by striking out Wilson. But they broke through for a run In the third and took the lead. Werber was the culprit who scored In this inning. He worked Bridges for a base on balls after Cooke struck out and moved the rest of the way around the bases First Wilfred Co. p. here .1. duct 71 late i on singles by Alamada and Cronin. 10rt Illil! Illl Mill, lilt' Mil Inn Ill; '!- '!- Ml 110 to 103 1113 MIo Johnson then drove a wicked liner back at Bridges and Tommy accidentally accidentally converted It Ip to a double play that retired the side. Throw ing his gloved hand up to protect his face. Tommy deflected the hall to Gehrinner who caught It befoie it touched the ground. Then he stepped nn second base, retiung the sin prised Alamada befoie he could scramble bark to the base. Sox Again Threaten The Pox became dangerous again the .110 110 KIM Park-side up. 1113 3-vear-obl. 3-vear-obl. 1110 Ins MIS H'l F.l-Iasa Fren'-h-men Fren'-h-men Fren'-h-men of I Ea.-e-ball Ea.-e-ball Ea.-e-ball ! Cauatanp-h. Cauatanp-h. j partner- in ! btit ; . caid !".-1: !".-1: two P ' - 111' in the fourth when they loaded the lln bases, but two men were out before they got their attack under way and they failed to score. Melillo got aboard when Gehrlnger Gehrlnger fumbled his grounder after Rick Ferrell grounded out and Ilahlgreen was called out on strikes. Gehringer seemed to have beaten Melillo with a quick throw to first after fumbling the hall but Umpire Lou Kolls ruled otherwise and his vote counted. Wilson then scratched a single, to short after which Cooke walked, filling the bases. Bridges pitched carefully to Werber. however, however, and retired the side by inducing inducing him to hit in to a force play. Tommv retired the side in order in the fifth, sixth and seventh hut almost lost the game In the eighth. Cronin drew a base on halls after one was out In this frame and moved to third when Johnson singled to right and Dahlgren singled to short after Rick Ferrell struck out. Wes Ferrell was sent in to bat for Melillo then, and after getting getting a count of two halls and one strike, flied to Goslin just Inside the left field wall. Miller ripened the Bostonians' two-run two-run two-run rally in the ninth. Patting for Rowers, he singled to right onlv to be forced by Conke who grounded to Rogell. After Werber Werber singled over shortstop. Almada singled to right scoring Cooke and pulling Werher nn third. Bill si-oted si-oted si-oted when Cronin flied to Goslin Goslin but Johnon ended the game hv lifting a fly to Walker in short ri;ht field. White I-eft I-eft I-eft on Third The Tig" moved only three men past first base after scoring their five runs in the fourth inning. inning. In the seven'h White got to third on a base on halls, an infield out and a wild pitch but was left strar.dd there when Gehringer Gehringer grounded to Dahlzren. Greer.herg got to aecond when Bowers walked two men in the eighth but was left when Owen looked at a third strike. Cochrane walked and stole second in the ninth but failed to get any farther, for af'er Gehringer walked. Greer.berg forced him for the final Tue-day will ( Av 1 in in I I ! i ,e gan'ie v. a t u fi fir whirh will ron I ! g i m -re; -re; o the T 1 . r v."'n l e an.-.aiztiirg an.-.aiztiirg an.-.aiztiirg tci-'in tci-'in tci-'in i ei-rn ei-rn ei-rn 1- 1- ep ie , hv U

Clipped from Detroit Free Press17 Sep 1935, TuePage 16

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)17 Sep 1935, TuePage 16
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