July 27, 1985: Pirates (40-56) at Giants (41-57)

In a game for the baseball purist, Larry McWilliams(6-8) and Vida Blue(4-14) squared off in a tense pitching duel, Pittsburgh Pirates finally emerged victorious over San Francisco Giants, 2 to 1. 

Neither team managed to score in the first nine innings. Pittsburgh ended up winning it in the 10th inning. Bill Almon led off and started the rally when he drew a walk. McWilliams followed, but he was set down on strikes. After another out, R.J. Reynolds then doubled driving in a run. Johnny Ray was up next and he delivered a one-base hit scoring the final run of the inning. Pittsburgh had only 5 hits for the game. 

Cecilio Guante earned his 17th save.