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FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»June 25, 1933:
The Senators win twice over the Indians, 9–0 and 10–1, to widen their lead in the American League to one 1/2 games over New York. Washington has now won 14 of 15. Earl Whitehill pitches the shutout and Bob Burke, making his first start of the season, almost matches him in game 2. Ossie Bluege has five of the Nats 29 hit total. For the host Indians, Milt Galatzer, recently of the Toledo Mud Hens, debuts with four walks in the opener and no official at bats. He's 2-for-5 in the nitecap.