April 22, 1952

A pinch-hit three-run homer by Billy Goodman and a pinch-hit RBI-single from Ted Williams lifted the Red Sox to a 6-3 win over the Washington Senators before a Sunday afternoon crowd of 21,208 at Fenway Park.

Mel Parnell started for the Red Sox and was tagged for 13 hits in 7-2/3 innings. The Senators' inability to cash in on their opportunities, stranding 12 baserunners, proved decisive.

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