June 3, 1985: Brewers (22-25) at Royals (30-19)

In a thrilling finish the Kansas City Royals won in dramatic fashion coming back to beat the Milwaukee Brewers by the count of 11 to 10. 

Kansas City scored the decisive runs in a big bottom of the 9th inning with 2 runs using 2 hits. Jorge Orta led off and started the rally when he banged out a single. Frank White stepped up next and he clubbed a two-run home run making Kansas City victorious to the delight of the the home town crowd. Milwaukee was not lacking for run support as they scored in 5 separate innings, yet victory eluded them as they seemed to forget that pitching is also needed to win ballgames. 

Joe Beckwith(5-0) picked up the victory, allowing 3 runs in 1 inning. Rollie Fingers(1-2) absorbed the loss in relief. He gave up 2 runs and 2 hits without retiring a batter.