November 4, 2014
May 7, 1984 - NL East On The Rise
Nolan Ryan started the game for Houston, but he didn't have his best stuff. He struck out the side in the first, but also gave up a run on a wild pitch with the bases loaded. Errors by himself and Denny Walling didn't help the Astros either. Meanwhile, Montreal had a balanced attack and took advantage of 9 Houston walks. Andre Dawson had four of those free passes.
Winning Pitcher - Steve Rogers
Losing Pitcher - Nolan Ryan
Player of the Game - Miguel Dilone, 3-5, 2B, RBI, SB, 3R's
Hall of Famers in the Game - Nolan Ryan, Gary Carter, Andre Dawson
Cincinnati Reds, 3 @ New York Mets, 4
Dave Parker cracked an RBI double for the Reds in the top of the first, but New Yor roared back in the bottom half of the inning. Wally Backman stole second base with two outs and Darryl Strawberry batting. Straw doubled him home, and then scored on an RBI single by Hubie Brooks, who was fresh off the injured lsit. Brooks eventually scored too on a error by Tom Foley.
The Reds tied the game in the top of the second, though, because Duane Walker hit a two run homer that made it 3-3. The scored remained that way until the bottom of the fourth when light-hitting Ron Gardenhire poked a home run over the left field fence. Jesse Orosco pitched two innings of relief and escaped a two-on, no-out jam when Dan Bilardello lined out to Backman who then caught Eddie Milner too far off second base.
Winning Pitcher - Brent Berenyi
Losing Pitcher - Joe Price
Save - Jesse Orosco
Player of the Game - Orosco, 2IP, 2K's, save
Hall of Famers in the Game - Tony Perez