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Dave Rozema from the Chronology
Apr 8, 1985 - At the opener in Baltimore Texas starter Charlie Hough is lifted in the 6th despite giving up no hits. Hough walked 4 in a row-8 altogether- and C Don Slaught had allowed a run to score on a passed ball. Hough's replacement Dave Rozema only allows 2 hits. Unfortunately one of the hits is a 2-run HR in the 8th by Eddie Murray to snap a 2-2 tie. Don Aase is the winner.
Apr 21, 1984 - At home before 34395 fans the Tigers beat the White Sox 4-1 ending LaMarr Hoyt's personal 15-game winning streak. Dave Rozema pitches six shut out innings for the win while Lou Whitaker has a homer and three runs scored.
May 14, 1982 - Kent Hrbek of the Twins goes 0-for-5 in an 11-inning 4-2 loss to the Tigers ending his hitting streak at 23. The game is marred by a bench-clearing brawl in which Tigers P Dave Rozema tears knee ligaments sidelining him for the rest of the season. Rozema is 3-0 with a 1.63 ERA.
Sep 26, 1978 - In a duel of aces Dennis Eckersley tops Dave Rozema scattering 7 Tiger hits to win 4-1. Eck's record at Fenway is now 10-1. The Sox have 14 hits led by Jim Rice's 44th homer of the year. The Yankees top the Blue Jays 4-1 to keep a one-game lead over Boston.
Sep 20, 1978 - The Red Sox collect 6 hits-4 by Jerry Remy-off Dave Rozema but the Tigers clobber Boston 12-2. Lou Whitaker and Rusty Staub both have 3-run homers to lead Detroit's 15-hit attack. The Sox loss combined with the Yankees split with Toronto leaves New York two games in front with 10 games to go.
Apr 21, 1977 - Detroit's Dave Rozema shuts down Boston 8-0 for his first ML win.