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The longest American League game to end in a tie was a 24-inning contest between the Detroit Tigers and Philadelphia Athletics on July 21, 1945. The teams were tied 1-1 when the game was called due to darkness at Shibe Park; the Tigers' Les Mueller had pitched a record 19 2/3 innings (and only given up one run) before being taken out in the 20th.

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Ty Cobb 1911 40

Ty Cobb 1917 35

Goose Goslin 1934 30

Ron LeFlore 1976 30

Dale Alexander 1930 29

Pete Fox 1935 29

Ron LeFlore 1978 27

Gee Walker 1937 27

Kid Gleason 1901 25

Ty Cobb 1906 25

John Stone 1931 25

Sam Crawford 1909 23

Harry Heilmann 1921 23

Harvey Kuenn 1959 22

Al Kaline 1961 22

Harry Heilmann 1923 21

Ty Cobb 1926 21

Charlie Gehringer 1927 21

Dick Wakefield 1943 21

Kid Gleason 1901 20

Sam Crawford 1903 20

Charlie Gehringer 1937 20

Alan Trammell 1984 20

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19 games from July 29, 1975 through August 15, 1975. The Tigers record in 1975 was 57-102.

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14 games in 1909 and 1934

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