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This date in Michigan History:   September 15, 1901
The Detroit Tigers record their most lopsided shutout victory.      

The Tigers beat Cleveland 21-0 in the second game of a double header. Since it was a night game, it was ended after the Indians batted in the 8th inning so they could catch a train home.

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