April 9, 1985 Game 13: White Sox at Brewers

Tom Seaver was dominant today. He kept the Brewer hitters off balance all game. He was mixing pitches and changed speeds all game. The Brewers had no answer for him. Paul Molitor stated in a post game interview that was the best he had ever seen Seaver pitch. The White Sox scored in the 4th when Harold Baines went yard with no one on. Baines would help his team again in the 6th with a 2-Run homer. The White Sox would add one more in the 9th when Marc Hill would Single home Greg Walker to put the White Sox up 4-0. Seaver would again shut down the Brewers in the 9th to get the complete game Shutout. Tony LaRussa was excited after the game "This was one of the best pitched games I have seen. Tom had control of his pitches and hit the corners. I am happy that we started off the year with a win."
Chicago White Sox at Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 9, 1985123456789RHE
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Milwaukee ()000000000060
W: Tom Seaver 1-0 L: Moose Haas 0-1
Chicago White Sox
Guillen ss401000.250
Law lf411001.250
Baines rf422300.500
Walker 1b412000.500
Kittle dh401000.250
Salazar 3b401001250
Boston cf400000.000
Hill c301111.333
Cruz 2b400000.000
2B: Walker (1)
3B: Law (1)
HR: Baines 2 (2)
Chicago White Sox
Milwaukee Brewers
Molitor 3b401000.250
Yount lf400000.000
Cooper 1b401000.250
Oglivie rf200021.000
Simmons dh400001.000
Householder cf401002.250
Schroeder c402002.500
Gantner 2b400001.000
Riles ss301000.333
2B: Schroeder (1)
Milwaukee Brewers