Tigers Blank Senators, 4-0 on Newhousers Seven-Hitter, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-10


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Tigers Blank Senators, 4-0 On Newhousers Seven-Hitter DETROIT, Mich., May 9 UP.— Veteran j southpaw Hal Newhouser recorded his second " straight triumph today as the Detroit t Tigers defeated the Washington Senators s 4 to 0. The lean lefty held the Senators to seven 1 well scattered hits but needed some timely hitting by utility outfielder Steve Souchock £ to hand portsider Al Sima his second defeat fc of the season. Souchock, picked up by Detroit from i Sacramento of the Pacific Coast League * chiefly for pinch-hitting duties, played an important part in the Tigers first run and j provided the second by himself. Newhouser is the only Detroit pitcher to 3 go the distance this season, having turned the trick in each of his last two starts. The score by innings: R H E 5 Senators 000 000 000 — 0 7 0 D Tigers 010 100 02x — 4 7 0 0 Sima, Haynes 8 and Guerra; Newhouser 1-2 and Ginsberg. Losing pitcher, Sima 1-2. Home run — Souchock 1st,

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