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Detroit Tigers 4 Toronto Blue Jays 2

+ Boxscore: Wed, October 02,1985
1985-10-01 - 1985-10-03
  123 456 789  R H E
Toronto Blue Jays (98-59)000 100 100 252
Detroit Tigers (82-75)002 002 00X 450
Date of Game: Wed, October 02,1985
Stadium: Tiger Stadium
Attendance: 19,802
Time of Game: 2:15

Winning Pitcher: Jack Morris (16-11)
Losing Pitcher: Dave Stieb (14-13)
Save: Chuck Cary (2)

Home Runs: Darrell Evans (40), Kirk Gibson (29), Ernie Whitt (18)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TOR9859.624--751573178L2
NYA9463.5994.0823652171L1
DET8275.52216.070867335W2
BAL8076.51317.579273161L5
BOS8177.51317.577168982W3
MIL6889.43330.0670784-114W1
CLE59100.37140.0717843-126W2
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