1935 World Series

Detroit Tigers vs Chicago Cubs

The Tigers defeat the Cubs 4 games to 2 to win the World Series.  For the 2nd time in team history, the Cubs lose a World Series clincher on a walk-off hit.  In 1929, it was Bing Miller of the A's, in 1935, it was Goose Goslin's single driving in Mickey Cochrane to end the Cubs season.

October 2, 1935

Game 1, World Series

The Cubs take a 1-0 lead in the 1935 World Series with a 3-0 victory over the Tigers in Detroit at Navin Field. Lon Warneke pitches a 4-hit complete game shutout.


October 3, 1935

Game 2, World Series

Led by a 4-run first inning off Charlie Root in the 1st inning, the big hit a 2-run home run by Hank Greenberg, the Tigers defeat the Cubs 8-3 in Game 2 of the World Series in Detroit at Navin Field.  The Series is now tied 1-1.


October 4, 1935

Game 3, World Series

At Wrigley Field, the Cubs get a 2-run inning in the 9th inning to tie the game 5-5, but the Tigers win it in the 11th inning.  Tigers lead the 1935 World Series 2 games to 1.


October 5, 1935

Game 4, World Series

At Wrigley Field, the Tigers take a 3-1 lead in the 1935 World Series. General Crowder of the Tigers pitches a great game limiting the Cubs to just one run (a Gabby Hartnett home run) for the 2-1 Tigers victory.


October 6, 1935

Game 5, World Series

Lon Warneke & Bill Lee are the pitching heroes of Game 5 of the World Series and Billy Herman & Chuck Klein are the Cubs best hitters on this day as the Cubs face elimination and send the World Series back to Detroit with a 3-1 victory. It is the Cubs first World Series victory at Wrigley Field.


October 7, 1935

Game 6, World Series

Billy Herman drives in all 3 Cubs run with a home run and a single and the game is tied going into the ninth inning, but the Cubs lose the World Series on a walk-off single by Goose Goslin driving in Mickey Cochrane. Tigers defeat the Cubs in the 1935 World Series, 4 games to 2.