September 6, 1985: Brewers (59-75) Royals (75-58)

In a dramatic ending the Milwaukee Brewers staged a comeback and held on to win over the Kansas City Royals by the count of 7 to 5. 

Milwaukee erupted with the game winning runs in the 9th inning when they came up with 4 runs on 5 hits. The biggest moment was provided by Robin Yount who deflated the crowd as he smashed a two-run homer. The Kansas City bats were silent in the bottom of the 9th. 

Pete Ladd(2-1) got credit for the victory, pitching 1 and 1/3 innings and allowing no runs. Ladd got relief help from Bob McClure who gained credit for his 6th save. Dan Quisenberry(1-8) absorbed the loss in relief.