July 14, 1985: Blue Jays (54-35) at Angels (40-47)

Designated hitter George Hendrick had 4 hits as the California Angels outscored the Toronto Blue Jays in 12 innings 4 to 3. 

Both teams were tied at 3 runs apiece after nine innings. California won it in the 12th inning. Ruppert Jones drew a walk. Bobby Grich followed and he doubled. Hendrick then ripped a base-hit giving California the win much to the delight of the home town crowd. California finished with 12 hits in the victory. 

The victory went to Luis Sanchez(2-1) who went 2 and 1/3 innings, allowing no runs. Gary Lavelle(2-2) ended up with the loss in relief. With this win, California has a 40-47 record. They have been 5-5 lately. Toronto, which had been on a roll, saw their record drop to 54-35.