Detroit Beats Red Sox, 6-4 for Fifth Straight Victory, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-07


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Detroit Beats Red Sox, 6-4 For Fifth Straight Victory DETROIT, Mich., June 6 UP.— The Detroit Tigers staved off a ninth inning Red Sox rally today to win their fifth straight game, 6 to 4, and hand the tumbling Red Sox their fifth defeat in a row. Detroit southpaw Bob Cain and Red Sox righthander Harry Taylor were locked up in a pitching battle until the eighth inning when the Tigers erupted for seven hits and five runs to break a 1 to 1 tie. The score by innings: R H E Red Sox 001 000 003—4 6 0 Tigers 001 000 05x— 6 13 3 Taylor, Scarborough 8 and Moss; Cain, White 9 and Ginsberg, Hutchinson 9. Winning pitcher, Cain 3-4. Losing Pitcher, Taylor 4-4. Home run — Stephens 7th.

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