June 22, 1985: Cubs (38-27) at Cardinals (39-27)

Second baseman Ryne Sandberg had 4 hits and 3 RBI at BUSCH STADIUM as the Chicago Cubs pulled off a dramatic comeback beating the St. Louis Cardinals by the count of 8 to 6. 

Chicago came through with the game-winning runs in the top of the 9th inning scoring 5 runners on 6 hits. The big moment was provided by Bob Dernier who deflated the spirits of the home town crowd when he doubled bringing in two baserunners. Chicago ended up with 15 hits for the game while St. Louis had 12. 

Lary Sorensen(1-1) got credit for the victory, pitching 2 innings and allowing 1 run. Sorensen was helped out by Lee Smith who recorded his 19th save. Jeff Lahti(1-1) was the losing pitcher in relief. 

Jim Frey was all smiles after the game, "To pull a game out in your last at bats, is a beautiful feeling - and did you see how quiet it got out there? You could have heard a pin drop when we took the lead. But, hey, that's what makes baseball so great - as the great sage Yogi Berra says, "it's not over 'til its over."