On September 25, 1908 — Detroit’s Ed Summers pitches two complete-game wins over the A’s, winning the opener, 7 – 2. The second game is a 10-inning battle with another rookie, Biff Schlitzer, that ends 1 – 0 on a Claude Rossman drive for an inside-the-park home run. Summers allows just two hits. With the White Sox idle, the Tigers move to a half-game out of first.

 


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