August 16, 2014
May 5, 1984 - Lucky 13
The Angels put up five runs out of the gate in the first inning, including and RBI triple from Doug DeCinces. Matt Young had been pitching pretty well this season, so he was definitely due for a stinker. He lasted four innings and gave up six runs.
California had the 6-0 lead until the bottom of the fourth. Mike Witt gave up four singles and a walk as the Mariners plated four runs to draw closer to the Halos. But Juan Beniquez neutralized the threat in the top of the fifth with a three run homer and, despite another four runs from the M's, they never got close again.
Winning Pitcher - Mike Witt
Losing Pitcher - Matt Young
Player of the Game - Juan Beniquez, 3-6, HR, 3RBI's, 3R's
Game #330 - Baltimore Orioles, 13 @ Texas Rangers, 5
This game was scoreless until a Billy Sample error permitted Cal Ripken Jr. to score in the top of the third. The Rangers tied it up when Curtis Wilkerson singled home Bobby Jones, who got the rare start at first for the injured Pete O'Brien. Jones had been standing on second with the first of his three doubles on the day.
The Orioles were trailing 3-2 in the seventh when Mike Young, who continues to play out of his gourd, hit a solo shot and Gary Roenicke singled home Ripken. It was still 4-3 in the eighth when Baltimore exploded for three runs thanks to a Floyd Rayford homage to Earl Weaver. In the bottom of the inning, though, Texas crawled back to within two when Dennis Martinez got wild. The threat ended in the top of the ninth, however, because the O's sent 12 batters to the plate and scored six runs.
Winning Pitcher - Tom Underwood
Losing Pitcher - Odell Jones
Save - Sammy Stewart
Player of the Game - Floyd Rayford, 2-2, HR, BB, 3RBI's
Hall of Famers in the Game - Cal Ripken, Eddie Murray