7/19/35 DET@BOS part 2

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hnll Viiif Pote was civen i Bengals Trim Yankees' Lead Conquer Boston Sox as New York Bows Continued from First Sport Page 7 to 2, and then battled doggedly to preserv etheir margin in the face of weak pitching over the rest of the route. The Sox broke through for three runs in their half of the sixth and scored two more tallies in the eighth, but before they acquired their last two runs the Tigers had counted twice in the same frame to make their lead secure. Although he finally wound up by collecting his thirteenth triumph of the season, little Tom did not have very much today in the way of pitching excellence. He staggered through the first five innings, but had to be removed In the sixth when the first three batters to face him singled. Hogsett, who followed, lacked control. He lingered until the eighth when he was replaced by Auker. In this frame, the Chief menaced the Tigers' two-run two-run two-run lead by walking Brother Roy Johnson, filling the bases. Auker put down this uprising by inducing Manager Cronin to hit into a double play, but he lost his control in the ninth and threatened to toss the game away by walking Bnbo Pahlgren, Bill Werber and Pinch-Hitter Pinch-Hitter Pinch-Hitter Max Bishop after two were out. With an oncoming storm darkening darkening the skies and sending swirls of dust across the field, the bases filled and the crowd in an uproar, Cochrane held up the proceedings long enough to signal to the bull pen for Rowe. The Schoolboy, who shut out the Sox yesterday, pitched one ball to Oscar Melillo. He caused him to end the game by grounding to Marvin Owen, forcing Bishop at second base. Kowe Saves the Ball "Gimme that ball," demanded the Schoolboy then to Charlie Gch-ringer Gch-ringer Gch-ringer as he thrust his glove into his hip pocket. "I want that one. This was a dizzy game." Bridges got away to a bad start, Melillo, the first man to face him, touching him for a double to left. The spinach-eating spinach-eating spinach-eating second sacker moved up to third on a sacrifice by Cooke and scored when Johnson grounded to Gehringer and Charley Charley made a low throw to the plate. The Tigers got two men on the runways in their half of the first, Cochrane singling and Greenberg drawing a base on tialls. But they were kept from scoring when Miller ran to the right field foul line to pull down Goose Goslin's fly. The Sox put two men on the bases in the second and failed to Jjcore. But in the third they got to Bridges for two hits and another run. Melillo and Cooke used almost the same formula they employed to score in the first inning, Oscar singling and moving up on a sacrifice sacrifice by Cooke. Cronin scored him with a single to center, after Johnson Johnson moved him to third with a liner to Fox. A single bv Greenberg finally got the Tigers started in the fourth. Hank moved to third when Crosnn singled to right and scored when Rogell filed to Miller and Ferrell juggled Ring's good throw to the plate. Rogell Open Bip Rally A pass to Rogell was the opening opening event In the Tigers' big rally in the sixth. Bill went to third base when Fox singled through Cronin. This roller looked like a dotiDie credit for a hit when it took a bad hop and got away from the Boston Boston headman. Rogell scored when Owen hit to Melillo, forcing Fox at second. After Bridges fouled to Dahlgrcn, Ostermueller filled the bases by permitting White to single single to right and giving a base on balls to Cochrane. This gave Gehringer the opportunity opportunity to function as head sweeper and he came through like the hero of a success story by blasting a triple over Cooke's head. That bothered Ostprmueller some and he wild-pitched wild-pitched wild-pitched Gehringer home, walked Greenberg and was touched for a single by Goslin before Cro nin sent Wilson in to relieve him. The youngster filled the bases by i walking Rogell. but gut the side out by Inducing Fox to foul to Terrell. , . . . ! That five-run five-run five-run lead looked very- very- large at that point, but the Sox soon made it look rather puny by scoring three runs in their half of the same inning. Miller led off with a single, and Ferrell and Werber followed his example. Cochrane then called in Hogsett, who got out Dahlgren and Pinch-Hitter Pinch-Hitter Pinch-Hitter Reynolds. But Melillo touched the Chief for a single, scoring Feddell and Werber, Wilier having gone home earner on Rah Rah Bills single. After Melillo singled, Hogsett gave Coch rane the willies by walking Cooke, but he settled down after that and 9X.-retned Johnson on a fly to Goslin. ; Tigers Increase Their Lead They maintained the status quo through the seventh, but in the eigluh the Tigers scored twice to increase their lead to four runs. It was lucky they did, for the Sox came right back and scored two more in the home half. Gehringer opened the Tiger eighth by drawing a pass. He went to third when Greenberg singled to left and scored when Goslin grounded out. Greenberg moved up to third while the Goose was being being erased and scored when Rogell flied to Miller. Hogsett opened the Boston eighth by walking Werber. Dahlgren Dahlgren then singled, putting William on second. Wes Ferrell, pinch-hitting pinch-hitting pinch-hitting pinch-hitting for Hockette, who went In to pitch for the Sox at the start of the Tiger half, lined to Fox, moving moving Werber to third, from where he scored on Melillo's single to left. Cronin sent Mo Eerg in to bat for Cooke, and he hit a bounder to the box. That meant another run, for Owen muffed Hogsett' throw to third base and Dahlgren, who should have been retired on the play, raced home. After Al-mada Al-mada Al-mada was sent in to run for Berg, the Chief walked Johnson, filling the bases, and turned the pitching duties over to Auker. Elden caused Cronin to hit to Rogell, who start ed i side double play that retired the Th Ticsra IhrentenaH In thtf.le . " ' " , "V : half of the ninth when Auker trioled over the hpnrl of Almaria 111 teuiei iiriu mier one was oui, but nothing came of the gesture-White gesture-White gesture-White grounded out and Gehringer lined to Almada after Cochrane had been walked. Then followed the Boston ninth and the advent of the Schoolboy. He tthowed 'era "iome itchin', j

Clipped from Detroit Free Press20 Jul 1935, SatPage 13

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)20 Jul 1935, SatPage 13
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