June 2, 1985: Rangers (21-27) at Red Sox (29-19)

The Texas Rangers and the Boston Red Sox locked up in an exciting one-run game at FENWAY PARK.

The final score was the Texas Rangers 2, the Boston Red Sox 1 in 11 innings. Both teams were tied at 1 runs apiece after nine innings. Texas ended up winning it in the 11th inning. Larry Parrish laced a single. Gary Ward was next and he laced a one-base hit. Don Slaught then hit a deep fly. Alan Bannister followed, but he was set down on strikes. Wayne Tolleson stepped into the box and ripped a base-knock. Duane Walker struck out, unable to help the rally. Texas finished with 12 hits while Boston ended up with 5.

Chris Welsh(1-0) picked up the victory, allowing no runs in 1 inning. Greg Harris recorded his 8th save. Bruce Kison(1-1) was the losing pitcher in relief.