June 6, 1952

Managing just four hits off Early Wynn, the Red Sox were shut out at Fenway Park for the first time in 108 games. Cleveland slipped past Boston to take over first place in the American League with the 4-0 victory.

With Ted Williams being called back into active duty in the Marines, leaving the club May 1, the Red Sox' lineup struggled. The shutout against Wynn marked their fourth shutout of the season.

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