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Lloyd Brown from the Chronology
Jul 28, 1936 - Earl Averill raps his 18th and 19th homers of the year off Earl Whitehill as Cleveland beats the Senators 6-4. Lloyd Brown is the winner allowing 11 hits. Hal Trosky extends his hitting streak to 22 games while Cleveland's Roy Weatherly sets an AL rookie record by hitting in his 20th consecutive game.
Jul 25, 1936 - In the A's 15-12 win over the Indians Philadelphia A's C Frankie Hayes equals a ML record with 4 doubles the last coming in the 9th with the bases loaded. Reliever Harry Kelley is the winner despite he and Doyle giving up 18 hits. Veteran pitcher George Uhle recently added to the Indians roster hits a homer but is replaced by Lloyd Brown.
Jul 10, 1936 - The Yankees roll to an easy victory over the Indians as Red Ruffing takes the shutout 18-0. Lloyd Brown the first of 3 pitchers is the loser. Gehrig has a pair of homers to take over the AL lead with 23.
May 13, 1934 - For the second time in his career Cleveland's Lloyd Brown serves up a grand slam to Lou Gehrig as the Yanks roll 8-0 behind Lefty Gomez. Ben Chapman adds a homer and a pair of triples to lead New York. Babe Ruth leaves in the 4th inning when he is hit on the knee cap by a pitch from Thornton Lee.
May 11, 1933 - The Browns ship catcher Rick Ferrell and pitcher Lloyd Brown to the Red Sox for catcher Merv Shea and cash. Ferrell will hit .300 for the Sox over the next 4 seasons while Shea will play just a season for the Browns.
Dec 14, 1932 - The Senators swap Sammy West‚ Carl Reynolds‚ and Lloyd Brown‚ along with $20‚000‚ to the Browns for former Senator Goose Goslin‚ lefthander Walter "Lefty" Stewart‚ and OF Fred Schulte. They also get Earl Whitehill from Detroit for Firpo Marberry and Carl Fischer.
May 21, 1932 - Before 60000 at Yankee Stadium the Bronx Bombers roll over Washington 14-2 and 8-0. Washington collects just 11 hits off Herb Pennock and Johnny Allen. In the opener Ruth hits a grand slam in the 5th off Lloyd Brown and he and Gehrig connect in the 6th off Frank Ragland. Tony Lazzeri is 6-for-7 on the afternoon including a homer 2 doubles and a triple.
Apr 14, 1931 - President Herbert Hoover throws out the first ball at Washington. Lefty Grove in relief gets the first win of what will be his greatest season. The A's win 5-3 in 11 innings. Lloyd Brown allows just 2 hits in the first 8 innings for the Senators.
Sep 18, 1929 - Washington's Bump Hadley and Lloyd Brown whitewash the Tigers winning 2-0 and 1-0. Hadley strikes out 11 in the opener to beat Earl Whitehill and the Nats win the nitecap on a 9th inning single by Joe Judge.
Aug 5, 1929 - Despite 3 triples by Charlie Gehringer the Senators overwhelm the Tigers 21-5 collecting 21 hits. Sam Rice and Buddy Myers each have 4 hits and 4 runs as every hitter in the lineup hits a safety. Winning pitcher Lloyd Brown scores 3 runs.
May 29, 1928 - At Yankee Stadium the Yankees sweep a pair from Washington 3-2 and 12-3. Leo Durocher's bases-loaded triple in the opener gives George Pipgras (8-1) the win. Gehrig and Ruth both slug a pair of homers in the nitecap: Lou hits his 9th in the 3rd off Washington starter Milt Gaston then Ruth and Gehrig hit back-to-back dingers in the 4th off Lloyd Brown. Ruth adds his 18th off Brown in the 7th. Combs also homers.