July 9, 1985: Expos (39-44) at Braves (23-58)

In a thrilling finish the Atlanta Braves won in dramatic fashion coming back to beat the Montreal Expos by the count of 8 to 7. Ending their 13 game losing streak. 

Atlanta won the game with a rally in the bottom of the 9th inning scoring 3 runs on 3 base hits. After an out was recorded, Glenn Hubbard got things rolling when he ripped a base-hit. Brad Komminsk next to the plate and he drew a walk. Milt Thompson then drew a walk to load the bases. Paul Zuvella was up next and he singled driving home two runs. Zuvella took second on the throw. After another out, Terry Harper came to the plate and laced a single resulting in an exciting win for Atlanta and a wild post-game celebration by the home town fans. Atlanta rapped out 13 hits for the night. 

The victory went to Jeff Dedmon(3-1) who went 2 innings, allowing 1 run. Jeff Reardon(2-1) was the loser in relief. His ERA ballooned from 1.96 to 3.28 as he allowed 4 runs in 1 and 2/3 innings. 

'Wow, that was fun!', Dedmon said following the game. 'Once in a while you play a game that reminds you just why you got into this business to begin with!'