August 3, 1985: White Sox (52-49) at Yankees (59-44)

Ron Guidry had a strong outing and Don Baylor had 2 base hits at YANKEE STADIUM as the New York Yankees beat the Chicago White Sox in 11 innings by the count of 4 to 3. 

The score was tied at 2 after nine. Finally, New York prevailed in the 11th inning. Baylor led off and keyed the rally when he lined a base-hit. After an out was recorded, Mike Pagliarulo stepped in and he popped a two-run clout over the fence making New York victorious to the delight of the the home town crowd. New York managed 11 hits in their victory. 

The win went to Guidry(18-5) who allowed 3 runs in the game. The losing pitcher was Britt Burns(8-13). He allowed 4 runs and 11 hits in 10 and 1/3 innings. 

The New York ballclub's record now stands at 59-44. With the loss Chicago now has a record of 52-49.