WAS@DET 6/24/35 part 2

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WAS@DET 6/24/35 part 2 - Tigers Down Griffs in 14th 11th Triumph Eludes...
Tigers Down Griffs in 14th 11th Triumph Eludes Bridges Again Continued from First Sport rage Schulte ended the inning by hitting into a double play. That made it 8 to 5 in favor of Washington. There was little hope left in the Tiger breasts when they went to bat in the home half of the thirteenth. thirteenth. Mickey Cochrane sent Marvin Marvin Owen to bat for Bridges. It was one of those situations where a manager is expected to send In a pinch hitter, so Mickey sent Owen in although he didn't have much hope that he would be able to do much with Whitehill. But Owen brought a startled squawk from the Ladies' Day guests by doubling down the left field foul line. Pete Fox drew a pass and the folks began to nod knowingly to each other. The Tigers Tigers might do it, they thought, hopeless though it seemed. Goose Redeems Self Gee Walker followed Fox to the tee and slashed a bounder to Cecil Travis, forcing Owen at third base, but Hank Greenbcrg belted a single to center, scoring Fox and putting Walker on third. That brought up the Goose. The Goose had made three errors during the afternoon and had struck out on a bad pitch in the ninth with the winning run on base, but a group of Kids' Day guests in the left field pavilion were still for him. "'Ray, 'ray Goslin!" they chanted as the Goose lugged his hat to the plate in the thirteenth. The Goose looked thoughtfully toward his rooters. Then toward the right field bleachers. When Whitehill pitched, the Goose put his whole soul behind a swing and drove the ball on a line to right as the crowd broke into a roar. It looked like a home run and the ball game, but the ball failed to go Into the bleachers by a foot or two, and the hit became a double. It scored the tying runs, however, and paved the way for the victory in the fourteenth, so it can be said the Goose redeemed himself. Griffs Get Good Start The Tigers made 15 hits off Whitehill, Whitehill, the same number the Griffs made off Bridges. Three of the Bengal hits were garnered by Pete Fox, one of them being a triple. Fred Schulte was the leading hitter hitter for the Griffs, getting four singles in six times at bat. Bridges got away to a bad start, giving the Griffs five runs in the first two innings. One of these was made in the first when Stone walked and Manush doubled, and the other four in the second. In thia inning Schulte singled to left and went to second when Goslin let the ball get past him, Bolton walked, Bluege hit into a force play, Whitehill walked, Kuhel singled, singled, scoring Schulte and Bluege, Goslin made a wild throw, Stone walked and Myer singled, scoring Whitehill and Kuhel. Bridges settled down after the third and held the Orlffs scoreless until the thirteenth. Meanwhile the Tigers staged a rally in the fifth and tied the score by registering registering four runs. Bridges opened It by working Whitehill for a pass after one was out. Then fox singled, Gee Walker fanned, Gehringer walked, Greenberg doubled and Goslin singled before Rogell ended the inning by flying to Schulte. Tommy received a break from Lady Luck in the ninth and held the Griffs scoreless, though they reached him for three hits. Myer opened with a single and fell in rounding second base when Travis singled after Manush popped to Rogell. Myer scrambled back to second base and consequently was able to advance only as far as third when Schulte dropped a single in short center. He was still there when Bolton hit into a double play, ending the inning. Whitehill I'ws His Head . Whitehill did some heady pitching pitching to hold the Tigers in check in the ninth, tenth and eleventh. In the ninth Fox singled, went to second on a sacrifice and to third on. an infield out. Earl then walked Greenberg purposely and struck Goslin out, the Goose swinging at an inside pitch for the third strike. In the tenth Rogell led off with an easy pop fly to Travis but got life when the Washington third-sacker third-sacker third-sacker muffed the ball. He moved to third base on a sacrifice and an infield out but was left when Bridges fouled to Bolton, Fox opened the eleventh with a triple to right and gave Whitehill something more to worry about But Earl kept him from scoring. He inveigled Gee Walker into i bounding to the box, gave Geh- Geh- j ringer an Intentional pass, caused Greenberg to pop to Travis and I Goslin to ground to Bluege. Then he brushed some perspiration from j his brow and walked to the dug- dug- out. ! Bridges had to do a little jockey- jockey- 1 ing to get out of trouble in the twelfth when Schulte singled ! after one was out. Tommy got ! Eolton on a grounder to the box. 1 walked Bluege Intentionally and j then fanned Whitehill. That's the kind of game It was. Auker retired the Griffs in i order in the fourteenth after the Tigers had tied the score, getting Bolton and Bluege on grounders and Whitehill on a foul to Greenberg. Greenberg.

Clipped from Detroit Free Press25 Jun 1935, TuePage 15

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)25 Jun 1935, TuePage 15
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