June 4, 1985: Mariners (23-27) at Tigers (31-17)

In a thriller the Seattle Mariners staged a dramatic comeback then held on to win over the Detroit Tigers by a score of 9 to 8 at TIGER STADIUM. 

Seattle scored the winning runs in the 9th inning as they scored 4 runs on 4 base hits. The biggest moment was provided by Al Cowens who silenced the crowd when he lofted a three-run 'big-fly'. For the game Seattle out-hit Detroit 11 to 8. 

The win was credited to Jim Beattie(3-3) who went 1 inning allowing no runs. Edwin Nunez recorded the save, his 12th. Willie Hernandez(0-1) took the loss in relief. He allowed 4 hits and 1 walk in 1 inning. 

'We just kept swinging the bats and didn't give up,' Cowens said. 'If you just keep trying good things can happen!'