May 8, 1985 Game 326: Mariners (9-18) at Brewers (16-9)

Danny Darwin looks to keep the Brewers on track and Mark Langston his hoping to pick up his 1st win of the season and he is really gone to have to keep this Brewers offense off balance.

Langston was sharp from the get go and Darwin looked a little rusty and the Mariners were able to take advantage of sosme conmtrol problems in the 2nd.  Kearney would step to the palte with one on and one out and hit a Darwin fastball into the cheap seats in left to give the Mariners a 2-0 lead.  The Brewers would tie the game in the 4th on Schroeders 2 run shot and at the end of 4 it's a 2-2 game.

The Mariners would regain the lead in the 4th, with runners on 1st and 3rd, Bradley delivers a single to give them a 3-2 lead.  They would add one more in the 6th on Henderson solo homer to make it a 4-2 game.

Langston just kept rolling along and would not surrender another run.  He ran into some trouble in the 8th when the first two runners would get on, but Edwin Nunez was able to get the next three batters to keep the score at 4-2.  He would work the 9th and pick up his 4th save.

The Final Score 4-2 Mariners