July 7, 1985: Brewers ( 33-46) at Mariners (44-37)

Mark Langston completed the game without help from the bullpen as the Seattle Mariners came back to win one over Milwaukee Brewers, 3 to 2. 

Seattle won the game with a rally in the 9th inning plating 2 runs using 2 hits. Bob Kearney kicked off the action when he reached on an error. Jack Perconte came to the plate and smacked a single. Phil Bradley then reached on an error which plated a run. Gorman Thomas came up and he laced a one-base hit resulting in a mighty exciting win for Seattle and the 49,184 home town fans in attendance. Seattle had only 3 hits for the game. 

The win went to Langston(7-7) who allowed 2 runs in the game. Danny Darwin(7-8) suffered the loss. He surrendered only 3 runs and 3 hits in 8 innings. 

'That was exciting!,' Thomas said. 'I would have paid money to watch this one.'