DET@STL 6/29/35 part 2
Browns Defeat Bengals, 9 to 3 Continued from First Sport Page ever, for Walker ended the rally! by fly In ar to Solters. i Walk Lead in Run ! A base on balls to Burns was converted into a run in the St. Louis third. The Brownie flrst-sacker went to second when Solters grounded out, and scored when Coleman singled to left. The Browns scored the decidine run In the fourth but went on to decorate their total with three more tallies in the fifth and two in the eighth. in the fourth Hemsley singled to center and moved to second when Bridges walked Bejma After Burnett fouled out. Rollie fell in rounding third base when Clift singled to left, and scrambled back to the bag, leaving the bases jammed. Bridges then hit Burns with a pitched ball, forcing Hems-ley across the rubber. West opened the fifth inning St. Louis rally by beating out a single to Greenberg. He went to third when H'?msley slnRled to right and scored when Burnett dropped a single In the same sector. Hemsley also tried to score on this hit but was thrown out by Fox. Bridges then walked Bejma in order to pitch to Coffman, but the Brownie hurler spoiled the strategy hy doubling to left and scoring both runners. Tiger Rally Halted Things looked promising for the Tigers in the fourth Inning when Owen led off with a single off Andrews' arm and Fox best out n single to short after Bridges was called out on strikes. But Coffman got Cochrane out on a liner to Coleman and then ended the in ning by inducing Gehringer to ground to Clift. The Timers staged their next rally In the sixth but could not make it good for more than one run. Walker opened this one with a single to left. After Owen flied out, White was sent in to bat for Bridges and forced Walker at second base. Fox and Cochrane hit successive singles to left, White scoring on Mickey's hit but the party ended when Gehringer hit a pop fly to Clift. After the Browns tallied twice In the eighth on two bases on balls, two singles and an infield out, the Tigers put on a demonstration in the ninth. But it came to naught. Gehringer started it by singling to left and Greenberg continued it by doubling to center. The hit put Charley on third but he got no farther for Coleman took Goslln's fly a foot in front of the right field wall, and the game was over.