June 4, 1985: Mets (31-17) at Dodgers (33-18)

Sid Fernandez struck out 11 batters and Keith Hernandez had 4 hits at DODGER STADIUM as the New York Mets beat the Los Angeles Dodgers in 13 innings 5 to 2. 

The score was knotted at 2 after nine innings. Finally, New York pulled the game out in the 13th inning. Hernandez led off and started the attack as he drew a walk. Gary Carter got his turn next, but he was a strikeout victim. Darryl Strawberry then drew a walk. George Foster was a strikeout victim, unable to help out. Howard Johnson came up to bat and laced a base-knock. Rafael Santana joined his teammates in the uprising and slapped a base-hit. Tom Gorman was next and he ripped a single. Mookie Wilson dug into the batters box next, but he struck out. New York out-hit Los Angeles for the game, 9 hits to 6. 

The win was credited to Gorman(1-0) who went 1 inning allowing no runs. Roger McDowell recorded his 2nd save. Tom Niedenfuer(3-3) was the losing pitcher in relief. New York scored big getting 3 runs off him in 2 innings.