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Chief Hogsett from the Chronology
Aug 18, 1936 - In St. Louis Chief Hogsett starts both ends of a doubleheader for the Browns in a split with the Tigers. The Chief gets chased in the opener but reliever Jack Knott ties up the 10-7 win for the Hornsbymen. The Tigers blow Hogsett away in game 2 to win 15-3 behind Eldon Auker. Except for Bobo Newsom (3 times) no AL hurler will start twice in a day until Wilbur Wood in 1973.
May 31, 1936 - In a 5-run rally in the 9th at Detroit Rogers Hornsby's pinch single drives in the winner and gives the Browns an 11-10 win over the Tigers. It's the first of 2 games that Rajah will play in this year. Starting pitcher Chief Hogsett making his first appearance with the last-place Browns hits 4 Detroit batters to tie the ML record.
Apr 30, 1936 - The A's outslug the Browns 12-8 behind George Puccinelli's four hits. Bill Dietrich chops down Sugar Cain for the win. Browns manager Hornsby announces that he is swapping 1B Jack Burns to the Tigers for lefty Chief Hogsett and cash. Burns will take over for the injured Greenberg and hit .283.
Sep 25, 1935 - At Cleveland the Indians edge the Tigers 3-2 garnering 10 hits. Joe Vosmik leading the AL in hitting has 3 hits as does Hal Trosky batting righty against the lefty Elon Hogsett. Chief Hogsett took over in the 1st inning when starter Auker was hit on the wrist by a line drive off the bat of Vosmik. Hogsett accounts for one run with a 6th inning solo homer over the RF wall of League Park.
Jul 22, 1930 - Good-hitting pitcher George Uhle bangs a 2-run pinch single in the 8th to give the Tigers a 6-5 win over the first place A's. Reliever Lefty Grove takes the loss his 4th of the year while Chief Hogsett is the Bengal victor. The two teams combine for 10 doubles with Hayworth and McManus collecting a pair.