December 1, 2016
May 23, 1984 - Left-Handed Lift
The Royals right now are being held together by cheap gauze and Band-Aids, but wouldn't you know it, they're playing great baseball despite half of their starters being on the disabled list. They scored a single run in five different innings, with five different batters (Hal McRae, Lynn Jones, Darryl Motley, Greg Pryor, and Onix Concepcion) recording the corresponding RBI.
It was Bud Black who was the real star, though. He didn't allow a hit until the fourth inning, and not even a run until the eighth. He struck out six and walked four while only giving up three hits.
Winning Pitcher - Bud Black
Losing Pitcher - Britt Burns
Player of the Game - Bud Black
Baltimore Orioles, 5 @ Oakland A's, 3
This game kept tilting back and forth on the scoreboard. The A's damaged Scott McGregor for two runs in the first, including an RBI single by Carney Lansford. But in the top of the second the Orioles tied it up on a Rich Dauer double and a fielding error by Dwayne Murphy. Murphy made up for it in the third with a solo homer, but John Lowenstein crushed one for two RBI to give the Orioles the lead once again, this time at 4-3. John Shelby would add a solo shot in the seventh as the Birds got the win.
Winning Pitcher - Scott McGregor
Losing Pitcher - Ray Burris
Save - Sammy Stewart
Player of the Game - Tonight, let it be Lowenstein
Hall of Famers in the Game - Cal Ripken, Eddie Murray, Rickey Henderson, Joe Morgan