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Appendix 1: Tigers games for which the exact details for the runs scored and runs batted in are not yet complete

By Herm Krabbenhoft

This article was published in the Spring 2012 Baseball Research Journal.

Editor's note: This is a supplement to Herm Krabbenhoft's article, "Hank Greenberg’s American League RBI Record", in the Spring 2012 edition of the "Baseball Research Journal".

Appendix 1: Tigers games for which the exact details for the runs scored and runs batted in are not yet complete.

1933 – 4 games

1933 June 18 (game 2) [DET vs. PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 11 runs and had 9 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by White (1), Owen (2), Gehringer (1), Stone (2), Walker (2), Greenberg (1), Rogell (1), and Rowe (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (1), Walker (3), Greenberg (2), Rogell (2), and Rowe (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 10 of the 11 runs. For the Tigers final run (scored in 6th inning), presumably (i.e., suggested by the box score) it was scored by Rogell and batted in by Rowe. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1933 August 23 (game 2) [DET vs. WAS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 5 runs and had 5 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Rogell (1), Gehringer (1), Walker (1), Greenberg (1), and Doljack (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Fox (1), Doljack (3), and Pasek (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for only 1 of the 5 runs – Greenberg scored on a 1-RBI single by Doljack in the 7th inning. For the Tigers runs scored in the 4th inning (1 run) and the 5th inning (3 runs), no information is given; presumably (i.e., according to the box score) these 4 runs were scored by Rogell, Gehringer, Walker, and Doljack and batted in by Fox (1), Doljack (2), and Pasek (1). Details for 4 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1933 August 24 [DET vs. WAS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 6 runs and had 6 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Rogell (2), Fox (1), Gehringer (1), Walker (1) and Stone (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores stated that the Tigers runs were batted in by Fox (3), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (1), and Owen (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper accounts do not provide any useful information for any of the 6 runs. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the official RBI information is accurate. Details for 6 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1933 August 25 [DET vs. WAS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 4 runs and had 4 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Rogell (2), Greenberg (1), Doljack (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (1), Walker (1), Owen (1), and Hayworth (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 3 of the 4 runs. For the Tigers last run (scored in the 8th inning), the only information given was that Rogell doubled and scored, presumably (i.e., according to the box score) batted in by Gehringer. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1934 – 3 games

1934 July 22 (game 2) [DET vs. PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 17 runs and had 16 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by White (2), Cochrane (1), Goslin (3), Gehringer (1), Rogell (3), Greenberg (4), Fox (2), and Rowe (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by White (1), Cochrane (2), Goslin (2), Gehringer (2), Greenberg (4), Owen (1), Fox (2), and Marberry (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records except for Owen who is credited with 2 RBIs. The newspaper descriptions provide exact details for only the 4 runs scored in the 6th inning – White walked and was sacrificed to second by Cochrane and scored on a single by Goslin; Gehringer walked, but was forced by Rogell; Greenberg homered, scoring behind Goslin and Rogell. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the official RBI information is correct for Greenberg – i.e., that, in addition to the three RBIs had picked up with his three-run homer in the 4th inning, he batted in one of the Tigers other runs. Details needed for 13 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1934 September 30 (game 1) [DET vs. STL] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 10 runs and had 8 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by White (2), Cochrane (2), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (2), Rogell (1), Owen (1), and Fox (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by White (1), Greenberg (2), Goslin (2), Owen (1), and Fox (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records except for Fox who is credited with 2 RBIs. The newspaper descriptions provide exact details for 6 of the 10 runs, including that White and Cochrane scored on a 2-RBI single by Greenberg in the 1st inning. For the 4 runs scored in the 3rd inning, the only information provided was that the 4 runs resulted from “four singles, a base on balls, and an error” (Detroit News). Presumably (i.e., according to the box score or the official DBD records) the 4 runs were scored by Greenberg, Rogell, Owen, and Fox and batted in by Owen (1), Fox (1 or 2), and White (1). Details needed for 4 runs; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1934 September 30 (game 2) [DET vs. STL] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 6 runs and had 6 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Fox (1), White (1), Gehringer (1), Walker (2), and Hayworth (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by White (1), Gehringer (1), Walker (1), Schuble (2), and Clifton (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper accounts provided no information for any of the 6 runs the Tigers scored. Presumably, the official RBI information is correct. Details needed for 6 runs; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1935 – 1 game

1935 May 19 [DET at WAS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 16 runs and had 16 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Fox (2), Walker (1), White (1), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (2), Goslin (4), Rogell (1), Hayworth (1), Owen (2), and Sullivan (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state the Tigers runs were batted in by Fox (2), Walker (1), Gehringer (3), Greenberg (1), Goslin (2), Rogell (3), Hayworth (2), and Owen (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records except for Rogell who is credited with 1 RBI, Hayworth who is credited with 4 RBIs, and Sullivan who is credited with 1 RBI. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 13 of the 16 runs. For the Tigers 14th run (scored in the 8th inning) it was stated that it resulted from a pass, a single, and a putout; for the Tigers 15th and 16th runs (scored in the 9th inning) it was stated that the 2 runs resulted from a walk and 3 singles. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the three runs scored in the 8th and 9th innings were scored by Goslin (2) and White and batted in by Hayworth (2) and Goslin.

1936 – None through games of April 29, Greenberg’s final game of season.

1937 – None

1938 – 9 games

1938 April 25 [DET at STL] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 10 runs and had 10 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Fox (2), Walker (2), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (2), Laabs (2), and Ross (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Fox (1), Gehringer (2), Greenberg (1), Laabs (5), and Ross (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 9 of the 10 runs. For the Tigers final run (scored in the 9th inning) no information is provided; presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the run was scored by Laabs and batted in by Ross. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 June 06 [DET at BOS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 7 runs and had 6 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Rogell (1), Walker (1), Gehringer (3), Greenberg (1), and York (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (3), Greenberg (1), York (1), and Poffenberger (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 5 of the 7 runs. For the 2 Tigers runs scored in the 7th inning, the newspaper descriptions state that they resulted from singles by Walker and York, an error by Foxx, and a passed ball. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the 2 runs were scored by Gehringer and Greenberg and that York batted in 1 of the runs, the other run scoring on a passed ball. The following sequence accommodates all of the information provided: Walker singled; Gehringer was safe of error by Foxx; Greenberg forced Walker; York singled, scoring Gehringer and advancing Greenberg to third; Greenberg scored on a passed ball. Details for 2 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 July 13 (game 2) [DET at BOS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 9 runs and had 7 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Morgan (1), Walker (2), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (2), Christman (2), and Auker (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (2), York (1), Christman (1), and Ross (3); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 7 of the 9 runs. For the two other the Tigers runs scored (1 in the 7th inning and 1 in the 9th inning), no information is provided; presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the runs were scored by Greenberg and Christman and batted in by Christman and Ross. Details for 2 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 July 20 [DET at WAS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 2 runs and had 2 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Rogell (1) and York (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by York (1) and Morgan (1). The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 1 of the 2 runs. For the Tigers other run (scored in the 3rd inning), the only information given is that Rogell doubled; presumably (i.e., according to the box score) Rogell scored the run and York batted in the run. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 August 06 [DET vs. BOS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 8 runs and had 8 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by White (2), Rogell (1), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (1), Christman (1), Walker (1), and Coffman (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (2), Greenberg (3), York (1), Morgan (1), and Fox (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions do not provide any substantive information for any of the 8 runs. Presumably, the official RBI information is correct for Greenberg. Details for 8 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 August 23 (game 2) [DET at PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 8 runs and had 8 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Walker (1), Gehringer (2), York (1), Fox (1), Greenberg (2), and Ross (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Morgan (1), York (3), Fox (1), Greenberg (2), and Christman (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 7 of the 8 runs. For the one other run the Tigers scored (in the 8th inning), no substantive information was provided. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the run was scored by Ross and batted in by Morgan. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 September 24 [DET vs. CLE] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 7 runs and had 7 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Cullenbine (1), Laabs (1), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (1), Tebbetts (1), Christman (1), and Archie (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Cullenbine (2), Laabs (1), Gehringer (3), and Tebbetts (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 6 of the 7 runs. For the other run the Tigers scored (in the 4th inning), it was stated that Greenberg walked and scored; presumably (i.e., according to the box score) Tebbetts batted in the run. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 September 27 (game 2) [DET vs. STL] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 10 runs and had 9 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Morgan (1), Walker (2), Gehringer (2), Greenberg (2), Fox (1), Tebbetts (1), and Christman (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (3), Greenberg (4), Christman (1), and Coffman (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the following details: 1st inning – Greenberg homered with Walker on base; 3rd inning – Greenberg homered after Gehringer had walked; 7th inning – Gehringer homered with two men on base. Therefore, the following details are needed: (a) how Walker got on base in the 1st inning; (b) how the 2 runs were scored in the 2nd inning (presumably scored by Tebbetts and Christman); (c) how the other run was scored in the 3rd inning (presumably scored by Fox); (d) how Morgan and Walker got on base before Gehringer homered in the 7th inning. Details for 6 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1938 October 02 (game 2) [DET at CLE] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 10 runs and had 9 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by McCoy (2), Fox (1), Cullenbine (2), Greenberg (3), Tebbetts (1), and Harris (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Fox (1), Cullenbine (1), Greenberg (1), Tebbetts (1), Laabs (4), and Christman (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide no substantive information for any of the 10 runs. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the official RBI information is correct. Details for 10 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1939 – 4 games

1939 June 10 (game 2) [DET vs. WAS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 17 runs and had 16 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by McCosky (2), Gehringer (4), Greenberg (3), Higgins (1), Bell (2), Croucher (3), and Tebbetts (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by McCosky (1), Fox (2), Greenberg (4), Higgins (2), Croucher (5), and Tebbetts (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 13 of the 17 runs. Therefore, the following details are needed: (a) how Gehringer got on base before Greenberg homered in the 3rd inning; (b) how the Tigers scored in the 6th inning (presumably scored by Tebbetts); (c) how the Tigers scored their 2 runs in the 8th inning (presumably scored by Tebbetts and McCosky). Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the runs scored in the 6th and 8th innings were batted in by McCosky and Fox (2). Details for 4 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1939 July 23 [DET vs. PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 16 runs and had 16 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by McCosky (2), McCoy (3), Averill (1), Greenberg (2), York (3), Higgins (2), Cullenbine (2), and Bridges (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by McCoy (1), Averill (3), Bell (1), Greenberg (1), York (4), Cullenbine (1), Rogell (3), and Bridges (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 15 of the 16 runs. The only information provided for the run the Tigers scored in the 2nd inning is that it resulted from a triple by McCoy. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the run was scored by McCoy and batted in by Averill. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1939 September 07 [DET at CLE] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 8 runs and had 8 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Cullenbine (1), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (3), Higgins (1), Fox (1), and Croucher (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by McCosky (1), Cullenbine (1), Greenberg (2), Higgins (2), Rogell (1), and Hutchinson (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provided the exact details for 6 of the 8 runs. For the 3 runs the Tigers scored in the 2nd inning, it was stated that Greenberg hit a bases-empty homer for one of the runs; presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the other 2 runs were scored by Fox and Croucher and batted in by Hutchinson (1) and McCosky (1). Details for 2 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1939 September 10 (game 2) [DET vs. CHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 9 runs and had 6 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by McCosky (2), Averill (1), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (1), York (2) Rowe (1), and Cullenbine (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by McCosky (1), Averill (1), Greenberg (1), York (2), and Fox (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 4 of the 9 runs. For the runs the Tigers scored in the 4th inning (2 runs) and the 6th inning (3 runs), no substantive information is provided. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the 5 runs were scored by McCosky, Averill, Greenberg, Rowe, and Cullenbine and presumably 2 of the runs were batted in by McCosky (1) and Averill (1). Details for 5 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1940 – 5 games

1940 April 30 [DET at WAS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 4 runs and had 3 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by McCosky (1), Campbell (1), Nelson (1), and Averill (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by McCosky (1) and Gehringer (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for the first 2 runs (scored in the 3rd inning) – McCosky scored on a 1-RBI homer by McCosky and Campbell scored on a 1-RBI single by Gehringer. Therefore, the run scored in the 7th inning was presumably (i.e., according to the box score) scored by Nelson (who batted for Bridges in the 7th inning) and the run scored in the 9th inning was presumably (i.e., according to the box score) scored by Averill (who batted for Trout in the 9th inning); it is not stated which run was batted in by Gehringer. Details for 2 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1940 June 06 [DET at PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 4 runs and had 4 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Bartell (1), Averill (1), York (1), and Nelson (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (2), Greenberg (1), and York (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for the runs scored in the 7th inning (1 run) and in the 8th inning (2 runs). Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the one run scored in the 1st inning was scored by Bartell and batted in by Gehringer. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1940 June 25 (game 1) [DET vs. BOS] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 7 runs and had 6 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Bartell (1), McCosky (1), Gehringer (1), Metha (1), Greenberg (1), York (1), and Sullivan (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Gehringer (2), Greenberg (1), York (1), Campbell (1), and Sullivan (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for the runs scored in the 5th inning (2 runs) and in the 6th inning (1 run). For the four ninth-inning runs, it is stated that “four singles, a double, and a home run scored four runs.” It is also stated that Sullivan batted for Seats in the 9th inning and that Sullivan hit a home run. Thus, it is presumed (according to the box score) that McCosky, Metha, and Greenberg scored the other 3 ninth-inning runs and that 2 of these other ninth-inning runs were batted in by Greenberg and Campbell. Details for 4 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1940 July 27 (game 1) [DET vs. PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 15 runs and had 14 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by McCosky (2), Gehringer (1), Greenberg (1), York (2), Higgins (2), Sullivan (3), Kress (2), and Rowe (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Fox (2), Greenberg (1), York (2), Sullivan (1), Kress (3), and Rowe (5); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 11 of the 15 runs. For the 4 runs scored in the 8th inning, no information was provided. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the runs were scored by Greenberg, York, Sullivan, and Kress and batted in by Sullivan (1), Rowe (2), and Fox (1). Details for 4 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1940 September 18 (game 1) [DET vs. PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 14 runs and had 14 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores stated that the Tigers runs were scored by Bartell (2), McCosky (2), Gehringer (2), Greenberg (3), York (1), Higgins (2), Fox (1), and Tebbetts (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Bartell (2), Gehringer (2), Greenberg (5), York (2), Higgins (1), Fox (1), and Tebbetts (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper descriptions provide the exact details for 7 of the 14 runs. For the 7 runs the Tigers scored in the 5th inning, it is stated that the runs resulted from doubles by Gehringer, York, and Higgins. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the runs were scored by Fox, Tebbetts, Bartell, Gehringer, Greenberg, York, and Higgins and batted in by Bartell (2), Gehringer (1), York (2), Higgins (1), and Fox (1). Details for 7 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1941 – 1 game through May 6, Greenberg’s last game of the season.

1941 May 04 [DET vs. NY] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 10 runs and had 6 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by McCosky (2), Gehringer (1), York (1), Greenberg (2), Campbell (2), Higgins (1), and Sullivan (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by York (3), Sullivan (1), and Newsom (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper accounts provide the exact details for 8 of the 10 runs. For the 2 runs scored in the 7th inning it was stated that they were the result of 2 walks, 2 singles, and a wild throw; presumably (i.e., according to the box score) the runs were scored by Greenberg and Campbell and were not batted in. Details for 2 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1945 – 2 games after July 1, Greenberg’s first game of the season.

1945 August 05 (Game 1) [DET at CHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 8 runs and had 8 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Cullenbine (2), Greenberg (1), Swift (1), Webb (2), and York (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Cullenbine (1), Greenberg (3), Mayo (1), Swift (2), and York (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper accounts provide the exact details for 4 of the 8 runs – in the 3rd inning, Greenberg hit a homer with Cullenbine on base; in the 4th inning, Mayo singled in Swift and Cullenbine doubled in Webb. Presumably (i.e., according to the box score), the 4 runs scored in the 1st (1), 2nd (1), and 9th (2) innings were scored by Cullenbine, Webb, York (2) and batted in by Greenberg (1), Swift (2), and York (1). Details for 4 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1945 August 13 (game 2) [DET vs. NY] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 11 runs and had 8 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Webb (2), Cramer (1), Greenberg (1), Cullenbine (1), York (1), Maier (2), Swift (2), and Benton (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Cramer (1), Greenberg (2), York (1), Swift (1), Webb (2), and Caster (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper accounts provide the exact details for 4 of the 8 runs – in the 4th inning, York led off and hit a solo home run; in the 5th inning, with Cramer on second and Greenberg on first, Cullenbine bunted and all three men scored when the pitcher, Holcombe, threw the ball far beyond first base and the second baseman, Stirnweiss, after retrieving the ball, threw it past the catcher, Drescher, who was not backed up at the plate. Thus, York batted in himself in the 4th inning and no RBIs were credited for the first 3 runs the Tigers scored in the 5th inning. Therefore, according to the box scores, the Tigers other 7 runs (2 in the 3rd, 2 more in the 4th, 2 more in the 5th, and 1 in the 8th) were scored by Webb (2), Maier (2), Swift (2), and Benton (1) and batted in by Webb (2), Cramer (1), Greenberg (2), Swift (1), and Caster (1). Details for 8 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1946 – 6 games

1946 September 19 [DET vs. PHI] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 14 runs and had 14 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Lake (1), Kell (3), Evers (1), Greenberg (1), Wakefield (2), Cullenbine (1), Bloodworth (2), Tebbetts (2), and Trucks (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Lake (2), Kell (2), Mullin (3), Wakefield (1), Cullenbine (2), Bloodworth (3), and Tebbetts (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. According to the various newspaper accounts, while some information is given for the 7 runs scored in the 4th inning and the for the 5 runs scored in the 6th inning, the only things stated with certainty are that Kell hit a home run leading off the 4th and that Mullin’s double batted in the final 3 runs in the 6th. Details for 13 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1946 September 20 [DET at CLE] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 15 runs and had 14 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Lake (2), Kell (4), Evers (2), Greenberg (1), Wakefield (1), Cullenbine (1), Bloodworth (2), Tebbetts (1), and Hutchinson (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Lake (1), Kell (3), Evers (1), Greenberg (1), Wakefield (5), Cullenbine (1), Tebbetts (1), and Hutchinson (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. According to the various newspaper accounts, while some information is given for the 2 runs scored in the 1st inning, the 2 runs scored in the 2nd inning, the 5 runs scored in the 3rd inning, and the 5 runs scored in the 5th inning, the only things stated with certainty are that in the 3rd inning Hutchinson’s single batted in Bloodworth and Kell’s double batted in Hutchinson and Lake and in the 5th inning Wakefield’s homer batted in 3 runs. Details for 12 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1946 September 22 (game 2) [DET at CLE] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 4 runs and had 4 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Lake (1), Kell (1), Mullin (1), and Swift (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores stated that the Tigers runs were batted in by Kell (2), Cullenbine (1), and Webb (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. Unfortunately, none of the various newspapers provide any detailed information for the Tigers 4 runs. Details for 4 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1946 September 25 [DET vs. STL] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 7 runs and had 7 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Lipon (1), Groth (1), Greenberg (1), Moore (1), Bloodworth (1), and Swift (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Outlaw (4), Greenberg (2), and Houtteman (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The various newspaper accounts provided the following details: Outlaw’s single batted in Swift and Lipon for the 2 runs in the 3rd inning; Greenberg’s home run with Groth on base accounted for the 2 runs in the 5th frame; and Outlaw’s double knocked in Bloodworth and Swift for the 2 runs in the 8th stanza. Thus, it can be logically deduced from the box scores that Houtteman batted in Moore for the 1 run scored in 4th session – but it was not stated how Houtteman knocked in Moore. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1946 September 27 [DET vs. CLE] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 8 runs and had 4 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Lake (1), Outlaw (1), Mullin (1), Greenberg (1), Moore (2), and Evers (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Evers (1), Webb (1), and Swift (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. Unfortunately, none of the newspaper accounts provides any detailed information about the Tigers runs. Details for 8 runs needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

1946 September 28 [DET vs. CLE] – According to the official DBD records, the Tigers scored 7 runs and had 6 runs batted in. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were scored by Kell (1), Mullin (1), Greenberg (1), Moore (1), Evers (2), and Bloodworth (1); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The newspaper box scores state that the Tigers runs were batted in by Greenberg (2), Moore (1), Bloodworth (1), and Swift (2); this is exactly the same as in the official DBD records. The various newspaper accounts provide details for 6 of the 7 runs scored by the Tigers: In the 2nd inning, Swift’s single batted in Evers; in the 4th inning, Bloodworth hit a solo home run; in the 5th inning, Greenberg doubled in Kell and Mullin and Greenberg was knocked in by Moore’s single; in the 7th inning, Evers was driven in by Swift’s groundout. Thus, from the box score it is logically deduced that Moore scored in the 5th frame; however, it is not stated how he scored. Details for 1 run needed; NO impact on Greenberg’s RBI record.

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