August 2, 1985: White Sox (52-48) at Yankees (58-44)

In a game for the baseball purist, Joel Davis(2-4) and Ed Whitson(6-12) squared off in a tense pitching duel, Chicago White Sox finally emerged victorious over New York Yankees, 3 to 1. 

Davis pitched well for Chicago in their victory. He went 7 innings surrendering 7 hits and 2 walks. Chicago ended up with 11 hits for the game while New York had 7. 

Bob James recorded his 24th save.