June 29, 1985: Brewers (31-40) at Yankees (37-34)

Designated hitter Ted Simmons hit a homerun and had 4 RBI at YANKEE STADIUM as the Milwaukee Brewers staged a comeback win over the New York Yankees by the count of 10 to 9. 

Milwaukee came through with the game-winning runs in the top of the 9th inning with 2 runs on 3 base hits. Jim Gantner led off and started the rally when he lined a one-base hit. Cecil Cooper stepped into the batter's box and he doubled. Simmons then laced a base-hit driving home two runs. New York went down without a fight in the bottom of the 9th. 

The victory was credited to Pete Ladd(1-1) who went 1 inning, allowing no runs. Rollie Fingers earned his 13th save. Dave Righetti(0-3) was given the loss in relief. 

"The only way this one could have been better, said Ladd, "was if we had played it at home."