July 9, 1985: Rangers (42-41) at Indians (32-53)

Pete O'Brien connected for a homer and had 3 RBI as the Texas Rangers outscored the Cleveland Indians 9 to 6. 

Cleveland found themselves trailing quickly as the Texas bats came through in the first inning when they came up with 5 runs on 4 hits. Texas had 15 hits for the night while Cleveland had 12. 

The winning pitcher was Burt Hooton(4-6) who allowed 4 runs in 5 innings. Hooton got help from Dickie Noles who was credited with his 2nd save. Don Schulze(4-12) was hit with the loss. He gave up 7 runs in 5 innings of work. 

With the win Texas now has a record of 42-41. Still in a bad slump, with this loss, Cleveland is 2-8 lately and 32-53, worst in the division on the year.