June 4, 1985: Phillies (20-29) at Padres (29-21)

Second baseman Tim Flannery had 2 base hits at JACK MURPHY STADIUM where the San Diego Padres beat the Philadelphia Phillies by the score of 3 to 2. 

San Diego jumped on top to stay in the bottom of the 5th inning scoring a single run using 2 hits. San Diego had a total of 7 hits for the game. 

Eric Show(7-5) allowed 2 runs in 8 innings, and picked up the victory. Show got help from Goose Gossage who was credited with his 10th save. 

The loss was charged to Charles Hudson(0-6). The San Diego ballclub's record now stands at 29-21. With the loss, Philadelphia has a record of 6-4 lately, 20-29 overall.