This day in baseball: Double play trouble

April 28, 1934 turned out to be a rough day for Tigers outfielder Leon Allen “Goose” Goslin.  On this day, the future Hall of Famer ground into four consecutive double plays.  Fortunately, Goslin’s offensive performance didn’t permeate the entire Tigers roster, as Detroit still defeated the Indians, 4-1.

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