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Tony Lazzeri Sets New American League Record By Driving In 11 Runs For Yanks
Hits Three Home Runs And Also Bangs Triple Frank Crosetti Slams Out Two Four-Base Clouts and DiMaggio Drives One Ball Out of Park as New Yorkers Overpower Athletics, 25 to 2
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: May 25, 1936
Start Page: 14
Pages: 1
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Philadelphia, May 24.--(AP.)--The New York Yankees revived their "murderers' row" of a few year back today and slaughtered the Athletics 25 to 2, with Tony Lazzeri driving in 11 of the runs for a new American League record.

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