June 13, 1985: White Sox (24-32) at Angels (25-33)

Right fielder Reggie Jackson hit a homerun and had 3 RBI as the California Angels beat the Chicago White Sox by a score of 9 to 8. 

California set the tone of the game in the first inning when they tallied 5 runs on 5 hits. The crucial at-bat was provided by Jackson who brought a roar from the partisan ANAHEIM STADIUM fans when he belted a three-run homer. California rapped out 12 hits for the night. 

The victory went to Mike Witt(4-6) who went 6 and 2/3 innings, allowing 7 runs. Witt got help from Donnie Moore who was credited with his 10th save. Tom Seaver(8-5) was tagged with the loss. California knocked him around a bit, as he gave up 7 runs in 5 innings. 

With the win California now has a record of 25-33. With the loss, the Chicago ballclub's record is 24-32.