August 17, 1985: White Sox (58-57) at Brewers (48-68)

Ted Simmons had 2 base hits and Danny Darwin had a complete game as the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Chicago White Sox by the score of 4 to 3 at COUNTY STADIUM. 

Milwaukee scored 3 runs in the 6th inning when they came up with 4 base hits. Simmons got things going when he tripled. Randy Ready stepped up to the plate and he drew a walk. Paul Householder then singled knocking in a run. Earnest Riles came up and he lashed a single plating one more runner. Jim Gantner came to the plate and hit a deep fly scoring the final run of the inning. Milwaukee rapped out 11 hits for the afternoon. 

Darwin(12-11) got the victory, allowing 3 runs for the game. Floyd Bannister(12-10) ended up with the loss. The Milwaukee ballclub's record now stands at 48-68. With the loss, Chicago has a record of 5-5 lately, 58-57 overall.