June 19, 1985: A's (26-38) at White Sox (27-34)

Harold Baines had 2 base hits as the Chicago White Sox outscored the Oakland Athletics in 11 innings 4 to 2. 

The score was tied at 2 after nine. Chicago ended up winning it in the 11th inning. After an out was recorded, Tim Hulett began the rally when he ripped a base-hit. Marc Hill got his turn next, but he was a strikeout victim. Luis Salazar then clubbed a two-run home run resulting in a mighty exciting win for Chicago and the 29,726 home town fans in attendance. Chicago totaled 9 hits on the night. 

Britt Burns(4-8) picked up the victory, allowing no runs in 2/3 of an inning. Steve Ontiveros(2-2) was given the loss in relief. He struck out 6 batters in 2 and 2/3 innings despite losing the game.