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Pat Mullin from the Chronology
Jun 26, 1949 - At Yankee Stadium Pat Mullin hits 3 HRs to pace the Detroit Tigers to 12-4 romp in game 2. Raschi (11-2) is cuffed for 7 hits in 2 innings. The Yanks win the opener 6-2 behind Ed Lopat.
Jun 15, 1948 - The Detroit Tigers beat the Philadelphia Athletics 4-1 before a crowd of 54480 in the first night game at Briggs Stadium. The Tigers are the last AL team to install lights. Hal Newhouser gives up just two hits and is backed by 8th inning homers by Dick Wakefield and Pat Mullin. Former Tiger Barney McCosky now with the A's crashes into the outfield wall and is taken off on a stretcher but recovers.
May 11, 1947 - The Tigers Dizzy Trout and Virgil Trucks each toss a three hit victory over the White Sox winning 10-0 and 6-1. The losses drop the Sox out if a virtual tie for first down to 5th. George Kell has 3 hits including a HR and 4 runs in the opener while Hoot Evers and Pat Mullin bang homers in game 2.
Jun 2, 1942 - Red Sox star Ted Williams enlists as a Navy aviator but he will finish the season with the Sox as will many other players who enlist or await draft which moves slowly despite the early discouragements of the war. Among AL regulars of 1941 who are now in the service: Johnny Rigney Joe Grace John Berardino Cecil Travis Bob Feller Pat Mullin Buddy Lewis Sam Chapman Johnny Sturm.
Sep 9, 1911 - Detroit's Pat Mullin pitches a 1-0 shutout over the White Sox and gets some help when Lee Tannehill's liner is caught by LF Delos Drake who turns it into a triple play throwing to Donie Bush who relays to 1B Del Ganier.
May 4, 1910 - The first-place Tigers defeat the White Sox 4-0 behind Pat Mullin. Mullin gets help in the form a triple play on Bill Purtell's line drive to 1B Hack Simmons who throws to SS Donie Bush.