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July 31, 1958 - Image 3

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hisox Outslug Senators, 11-9
By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Righthander George The loss was only the second on to second base on Brooks Rob-
)se silenced Ted Williams, for Delock, whose 10-game win- inson's wild peg. Doby scored on
merun bat yesterday and the ning streak was broken last week. the play.
tit Tigers edged the Boston* * Miranda threw wild in an at-
Chisox 11, Senators 9 tempt to nip Geiger going over to
d Sox 2-1 on Al Kaline's eighth- CHICAGO-The Chicago White third after the shortstop had
ning triple. Sox staged their biggest inning of fielded Vic Power's slow grounder.
Susce spaced seven hits against the season-an eight-run uprising Geiger scored and Power went all
s old teammates, twice walking in the third-and then hung on to the way to third when Robinson
lliams and twice retiring him on defeat the Washington Senators threw wildly to the plate after
Sue sted Ike Delock in a 11-9, yesterday in a. battle of home recovering the ball. Russ Nixon
Sse bstegdIkelckinharruns. knocked in'the lead run with a
oed sevehitsdue. Thonlychemr Eddie Yost, veteran Washington single to center.
Ing blo w off sTew asoothird baseman, hit the second The victory went to Ray Nar-
JLgrand slam of his career. Luis leski.







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