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1985 Chicago Cubs season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 1985 Chicago Cubs season was the 114th season of the Chicago Cubs franchise, the 110th in the National League and the 70th at Wrigley Field. The Cubs finished fourth in the National League East with a record of 77–84. The season had opened with high hopes as the Cubs had won the NL East title the year before. However, injuries were a major factor as four of the Cubs' starting pitchers were on the disabled list at the same time.

Offseason

Regular season

  • Ryne Sandberg became the first Cub since 1969–1970 to score 100 runs in two consecutive seasons.

On June 11, the Cubs had a record of 35-19, and held a four game lead over the New York Mets for the division.[5] However, Rick Sutcliffe, Steve Trout, Scott Sanderson and Dennis Eckersley all were injured, and the Cubs went on a 13-game losing streak that effectively eliminated them from contention. The Cubs ultimately finished seven games below .500 after having been 16 games above .500. Shawon Dunston made his Major League debut. He struggled early on, so the Cubs sent him back to Iowa in early May. However, once he returned, it spelled the end for Larry Bowa, who was released in August and picked up by the New York Mets.

Season standings

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
St. Louis Cardinals 101 61 0.623 54–27 47–34
New York Mets 98 64 0.605 3 51–30 47–34
Montreal Expos 84 77 0.522 16½ 44–37 40–40
Chicago Cubs 77 84 0.478 23½ 41–39 36–45
Philadelphia Phillies 75 87 0.463 26 41–40 34–47
Pittsburgh Pirates 57 104 0.354 43½ 35–45 22–59

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12]
Team ATL CHC CIN HOU LAD MON NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL
Atlanta 5–7 7–11 8–10 5–13 3–9 2–10 10–2 6–6 7–11 10–8 3–9
Chicago 7–5 5–6 5–7 5–7 7–11 4–14 13–5 13–5 8–4 6–6 4–14
Cincinnati 11–7 6–5 11–7 7–11 8–4 4–8 7–5 9–3 9–9 12–6 5–7
Houston 10–8 7–5 7–11 6–12 6–6 4–8 4–8 6–6 12–6 15–3 6–6
Los Angeles 13–5 7–5 11–7 12–6 7–5 7–5 4–8 8–4 8–10 11–7 7–5
Montreal 9–3 11–7 4–8 6–6 5–7 9–9 8–10 9–8 5–7 7–5 11–7
New York 10–2 14–4 8–4 8–4 5–7 9–9 11–7 10–8 7–5 8–4 8–10
Philadelphia 2-10 5–13 5–7 8–4 8–4 10–8 7–11 11–7 5–7 6–6 8–10
Pittsburgh 6–6 5–13 3–9 6–6 4–8 8–9 8–10 7–11 4–8 3–9 3–15
San Diego 11–7 4–8 9–9 6–12 10–8 7–5 5–7 7–5 8–4 12–6 4–8
San Francisco 8–10 6–6 6–12 3–15 7–11 5–7 4–8 6–6 9–3 6–12 2–10
St. Louis 9–3 14–4 7–5 6–6 5–7 7–11 10–8 10–8 15–3 8–4 10–2


Notable transactions

  • April 9, 1985: Jacob Brumfield was released by the Cubs.[6]
  • May 12, 1985: Dave Hostetler was purchased by the Chicago Cubs from the Montreal Expos.[7]

Draft picks

  • The Cubs drafted pitcher Dave Masters with the twenty-fourth overall pick in the 1985 Draft.[8]
  • June 3, 1985: Doug Dascenzo was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 12th round of the 1985 amateur draft. Player signed June 12, 1985.[9]
  • June 3, 1985: Mark Grace was drafted by the Cubs in the 24th round of the 1985 amateur draft. Player signed August 29, 1985.[10]

Roster

1985 Chicago Cubs
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Game log

1985 Chicago Cubs Game Log
April (12-6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Other Info
1 April 9 Pirates 2 – 1 Sutcliffe (1-0) Rhoden (0-1) Smith (1) 34,551 1-0
2 April 11 Pirates 4 – 1 Trout (1-0) DeLeón (0-1) 10,049 2-0
3 April 12 Expos 5 – 1 Smith (1-0) Eckersley (0-1) 14,337 2-1
4 April 13 Expos 8 – 3 Sanderson (1-0) Rogers (0-2) 32,212 3-1
5 April 14 Expos 4 – 2 Sutcliffe (2-0) Palmer (0-1) 31,512 4-1
6 April 15 Phillies 2 – 1 Trout (2-0) K. Gross (0-1) Smith (2) 8,347 5-1
7 April 16 Phillies 1 – 0 10 Eckersley (1-1) Holland (0-1) 11,937 6-1
8 April 17 Phillies 5 – 4 Frazier (1-0) K. Gross (0-2) Smith (3) 15,752 7-1
9 April 19 @ Expos 5 – 3 Smith (2-0) Sutcliffe (2-1) Reardon (2) 30,930 7-2
10 April 20 @ Expos 4 – 0 Gullickson (2-1) Trout (2-1) Reardon (3) 12,775 7-3
11 April 21 @ Expos 4 – 0 Eckersley (2-1) Palmer (0-2) 13,506 8-3
12 April 22 @ Pirates 5 – 3 McWilliams (1-1) Ruthven (0-1) Candelaria (3) 6,329 8-4
13 April 23 @ Pirates 5 – 0 Sutcliffe (3-1) Bielecki (1-1) 9,387 9-4
14 April 24 @ Pirates 5 – 2 Trout (3-1) Rhoden (0-3) Smith (4) 3,981 10-4
15 April 26 @ Phillies 7 – 3 Eckersley (3-1) Koosman (0-1) 27,187 11-4
16 April 27 @ Phillies 6 – 1 Rawley (3-0) Sanderson (1-1) 25,220 11-5
17 April 28 @ Phillies 3 – 2 K. Gross (2-2) Sutcliffe (3-2) Andersen (2) 31,890 11-6
18 April 30 Giants 3 – 1 Trout (4-1) Laskey (0-3) Smith (5) 12,647 12-6
May 15–11
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Other Info
19 May 1 Giants 4 – 3 Eckersley (4-1) Garrelts (0-1) 14,490 13-6
20 May 3 Padres 6 – 5 Hawkins (5-0) Sutcliffe (3-3) Gossage (7) 27,236 13-7
21 May 4 Padres 12 – 8 Sorensen (1-0) Booker (0-1) Smith (6) 36,033 14-7
22 May 5 Padres 6 – 3 Frazier (2-0) DeLeón (0-2) 36,388 15-7
23 May 6 Dodgers 5 – 4 10 Howell (2-1) Fontenot (0-1) 20,796 15-8
24 May 7 Dodgers 4 – 2 Ruthven (1-1) Brennan (1-2) Smith (7) 23,331 16-8
25 May 8 @ Giants 1 – 0 Sutcliffe (4-3) Krukow (2-2) 16,134 17-8
26 May 9 @ Giants 1 – 0 12 Garrelts (1-1) Brusstar (0-1) 11,825 17-9
27 May 10 @ Padres 6 – 2 Trout (5-1) Hoyt (2-3) Smith (8) 39,638 18-9
28 May 11 @ Padres 3 – 1 Show (4-2) Eckersley (4-2) Gossage (8) 54,395 18-10
29 May 12 @ Padres 5 – 3 Dravecky (2-2) Ruthven (1-2) Gossage (9) 50,226 18-11
30 May 14 @ Dodgers 8 – 3 Sutcliffe (5-3) Valenzuela (3-4) 48,187 19-11
31 May 15 @ Dodgers 3 – 2 Sanderson (2-1) Honeycutt (2-3) Smith (9) 46,213 20-11
32 May 17 @ Braves 7 – 5 Smith (1-0) Sutter (2-1) 20,901 21-11
33 May 18 @ Braves 4 – 3 Mahler (8-2) Eckersley (4-3) Sutter (7) 39,136 21-12
34 May 19 @ Braves 3 – 0 Bedrosian (1-2) Sutcliffe (5-4) Sutter (8) 30,389 21-13
35 May 20 Reds 6 – 1 Sanderson (3-1) Tibbs (3-6) 21,231 22-13
36 May 21 Reds 5 – 2 Hume (1-2) Frazier (2-1) Power (8) 32,007 22-14
37 May 22 Reds 7 – 4 Eckersley (5-3) Browning (4-3) Smith (10) 27,863 23-14
38 May 24 Astros 6 – 2 Ryan (4-2) Ruthven (1-3) 35,743 23-15
39 May 25 Astros 5 – 4 Smith (2-0) Ross (0-1) 36,278 24-15
40 May 26 Astros 10 – 8 Frazier (3-1) Ross (0-2) Smith (11) 37,044 25-15
41 May 27 @ Reds 4 – 3 Eckersley (6-3) Browning (4-4) Smith (12) 20,046 26-15
42 May 28 @ Reds 13 – 11 Franco (2-1) Sorensen (1-1) 15,121 26-16
43 May 29 @ Reds 1 – 0 Soto (7-3) Ruthven (1-4) 18,402 26-17
44 May 31 @ Astros 6 – 2 10 Smith (3-0) Smith (4-2) 33,440 27-17
June (12-16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Other Info
45 June 1 @ Astros 4 – 1 Eckersley (7-3) Knepper (5-1) 38,879 28-17
46 June 2 @ Astros 4 – 3 Scott (3-2) Gura (0-1) Smith (8) 21,129 28-18
47 June 4 Braves 5 – 3 Ruthven (2-4) Mahler (8-5) Smith (13) 23,502 29-18
48 June 5 Braves 4 – 2 11 Dedmon (3-0) Smith (3-1) 25,557 29-19 According to the Cubs game footage shown in the 1986 movie, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, he took his day off on this day.
49 June 6 Pirates 3 – 2 12 Brusstar (1-1) Holland (1-3) 22,368 30-19
50 June 7 Pirates 1 – 0 Sutcliffe (6-4) DeLeón (1-8) 37,414 31-19
51 June 8 Pirates 7 – 3 Trout (6-1) McWilliams (3-4) 35,232 32-19
52 June 9 Pirates 5 – 1 Ruthven (3-4) Winn (1-1) Brusstar (1) 36,475 33-19
53 June 10 @ Expos 5 – 4 Fontenot (1-1) Reardon (2-2) Smith (14) 42,218 34-19
54 June 11 @ Expos 5 – 3 Frazier (4-1) St. Claire (1-1) Smith (15) 28,303 35-19
55 June 12 @ Expos 2 – 0 Palmer (5-5) Sutcliffe (6-5) Reardon (18) 10,378 35-20
56 June 13 @ Expos 9 – 7 Smith (7-2) Trout (6-2) Reardon (19) 14,210 35-21
57 June 14 Cardinals 11 – 10 Andújar (12-1) Ruthven (3-5) Forsch (1) 36,745 35-22
58 June 15 Cardinals 2 – 0 Cox (8-2) Fontenot (1-2) 34,716 35-23
59 June 16 Cardinals 5 – 2 Kepshire (3-5) Eckersley (7-4) Campbell (3) 36,262 35-24
60 June 17 @ Mets 2 – 0 Darling (6-1) Sutcliffe (6-6) 41,986 35-25
61 June 18 @ Mets 5 – 1 Lynch (4-3) Trout (6-3) 41,125 35-26
62 June 19 @ Mets 1 – 0 Gooden (10-3) Sanderson (3-2) 51,778 35-27
63 June 20 @ Mets 5 – 3 Fernandez (2-4) Fontenot (1-3) McDowell (4) 37,203 35-28
64 June 21 @ Cardinals 7 – 5 Kepshire (4-5) Eckersley (7-5) Lahti (5) 46,005 35-29
65 June 22 @ Cardinals 2 – 1 10 Dayley (1-0) Smith (3-2) 49,231 35-30
66 June 23 @ Cardinals 7 – 0 Tudor (6-7) Ruthven (3-6) 45,881 35-31
67 June 25 Mets 3 – 2 Gooden (11-3) Sanderson (3-3) 36,730 35-32
68 June 26 Mets 7 – 3 Fontenot (2-3) McDowell (5-3) Smith (16) 35,876 36-32
69 June 27 Mets 4 – 2 Sutcliffe (7-6) Darling (6-2) 35,857 37-32
70 June 28 @ Pirates 5 – 0 Trout (7-3) DeLeón (2-10) 16,432 38-32
71 June 29 @ Pirates 6 – 5 15 Reuschel (5-1) Frazier (4-2) 13,934 38-33
72 June 30 @ Pirates 9 – 2 Sanderson (4-3) Robinson (2-3) 31,384 39-33
July (13-14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Other Info
73 July 1 @ Phillies 3 – 1 Fontenot (3-3) Denny (5-6) Smith (17) 23,091 40-33
74 July 2 @ Phillies 11 – 2 Rawley (6-6) Sutcliffe (7-7) 23,005 40-34
75 July 3 @ Phillies 4 – 3 Smith (4-2) Tekulve (4-3) 56,092 41-34
76 July 4 Giants 6 – 4 Garrelts (3-3) Trout (7-4) Minton (2) 34,377 41-35
77 July 5 Giants 12 – 6 Blue (5-2) Sanderson (4-4) 38,766 41-36
78 July 6 Giants 6 – 4 Garrelts (4-3) Smith (4-3) M. Davis (5) 35,902 41-37
79 July 7 Giants 6 – 5 Brusstar (2-1) M. Davis (3-6) Smith (18) 35,663 42-37
80 July 8 Padres 8 – 4 Stoddard (1-3) Sorensen (1-2) 33,159 42-38
81 July 9 Padres 7 – 3 Trout (8-4) Show (7-6) Frazier (1) 33,095 43-38
82 July 10 Padres 4 – 3 Sanderson (5-4) Dravecky (8-5) Smith (19) 35,042 44-38
83 July 11 Dodgers 3 – 1 Welch (3-1) Fontenot (3-4) Howell (9) 35,469 44-39
84 July 12 Dodgers 7 – 4 Niedenfuer (4-2) Smith (4-4) 36,029 44-40
85 July 13 Dodgers 9 – 1 Valenzuela (10-8) Gura (0-2) 34,822 44-41
86 July 14 Dodgers 10 – 4 Frazier (5-2) Honeycutt (6-8) Brusstar (2) 34,273 45-41
87 July 18 @ Giants 1 – 0 Krukow (6-7) Frazier (5-3) 9,908 45-42
88 July 19 @ Giants 4 – 3 Sorensen (2-2) Gott (4-7) Smith (20) 12,887 46-42
89 July 20 @ Giants 2 – 1 Ruthven (4-6) Hammaker (3-9) Smith (21) 15,494 47-42
90 July 21 @ Giants 2 – 1 Laskey (3-11) Gura (0-3) Minton (3) 22,073 47-43
91 July 22 @ Padres 5 – 3 Meridith (1-0) Jackson (0-1) Smith (22) 23,873 48-43
92 July 23 @ Padres 8 – 1 Sutcliffe (8-7) Hawkins (12-3) 34,278 49-43
93 July 24 @ Padres 4 – 3 10 Smith (5-4) Stoddard (1-4) Frazier (2) 30,175 50-43
94 July 25 @ Dodgers 7 – 3 Valenzuela (12-8) Fontenot (3-5) Howell (10) 49,516 50-44
95 July 26 @ Dodgers 10 – 0 Reuss (8-6) Ruthven (4-7) 41,321 50-45
96 July 27 @ Dodgers 5 – 4 Hershiser (11-3) Frazier (5-4) Howell (11) 46,092 50-46
97 July 28 @ Dodgers 9 – 2 Sorensen (3-2) Powell (0-1) Brusstar (3) 47,571 51-46
98 July 30 Cardinals 11 – 3 Kepshire (8-6) Engel (0-1) 33,083 51-47
99 July 31 Cardinals 5 – 2 Fontenot (4-5) Andújar (17-5) Smith (23) 31,417 52-47
August (10-18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Other Info
100 August 1 Cardinals 9 – 8 14 Frazier (6-4) Dayley (3-1) 36,164 53-47
101 August 2 Mets 2 – 1 Eckersley (8-5) Leach (1-1) Brusstar (4) 35,419 54-47
102 August 3 Mets 5 – 4 10 Orosco (3-4) Frazier (6-5) McDowell (9) 36,775 54-48
103 August 4 Mets 4 – 1 Gooden (17-3) Fontenot (4-6) 35,207 54-49
104 August 5 Mets 7 – 2 Lynch (9-5) Botelho (0-1) 34,167 54-50
105 August 8 @ Cardinals 8 – 0 Tudor (14-8) Sanderson (5-5) 39,203 54-51
106 August 9 @ Mets 6 – 4 McDowell (6-4) Brusstar (2-2) 44,309 54-52
107 August 10 @ Mets 8 – 3 Gooden (18-3) Fontenot (4-7) 48,306 54-53
108 August 11 @ Mets 6 – 2 Lynch (10-5) Botelho (0-2) 40,311 54-54
109 August 12 Expos 8 – 7 Gumpert (1-0) Reardon (2-5) Smith (24) 28,195 55-54
110 August 13 Expos 4 – 1 Hesketh (10-5) Sanderson (5-6) Reardon (30) 28,582 55-55
111 August 14 Expos 8 – 7 Smith (14-4) Sorensen (3-3) Burke (5) 30,055 55-56
112 August 15 Expos 7 – 3 Gullickson (11-8) Engel (0-2) 29,553 55-57
113 August 16 Phillies 6 – 5 Smith (6-4) Tekulve (4-8) 31,557 56-57
114 August 17 Phillies 10 – 4 Denny (8-9) Sorensen (3-4) 31,421 56-58
115 August 18 Phillies 9 – 5 Hudson (6-11) Baller (0-1) Tekulve (13) 31,269 56-59
116 August 20 @ Braves 5 – 2 Fontenot (5-7) Sutter (7-6) Smith (25) 13,006 57-59
117 August 21 @ Braves 9 – 5 Brusstar (3-2) Garber (3-4) Smith (26) 12,245 58-59
118 August 22 @ Braves 3 – 2 Meridith (2-0) Camp (2-6) Smith (27) 11,273 59-59
119 August 23 @ Reds 3 – 2 Franco (11-1) Sorensen (3-5) 34,283 59-60
120 August 24 @ Reds 4 – 0 Frazier (7-5) Soto (10-15) Smith (28) 37,069 60-60
121 August 25 @ Reds 5 – 3 Browning (13-9) Brusstar (3-3) Franco (7) 35,038 60-61
122 August 26 @ Astros 10 – 4 Engel (1-2) Knepper (10-10) 9,557 61-61
123 August 27 @ Astros 11 – 4 Smith (7-5) Meridith (2-1) 10,810 61-62
124 August 28 @ Astros 3 – 0 Ryan (9-11) Baller (0-2) Heathcock (1) 6,979 61-63
125 August 29 Braves 9 – 6 Mahler (17-12) Sorensen (3-6) Camp (2) 16,965 61-64
126 August 30 Braves 8 – 1 Johnson (2-0) Fontenot (5-8) 15,920 61-65
127 August 31 Braves 5 – 4 11 Brusstar (4-3) Garber (5-5) 31,876 62-65
September (12-16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Other Info
128 September 1 Braves 15 – 2 Botelho (1-2) Barker (2-7) 31,427 63-65
129 September 2 Astros 7 – 2 Dawley (3-2) Baller (0-3) 26,620 63-66
130 September 3 Astros 8 – 7 10 Smith (8-5) Frazier (7-6) 11,306 63-67
131 September 4 Astros 11 – 6 Scott (15-7) Meridith (2-2) 9,136 63-68
132 September 5 @ Cardinals 6 – 1 Cox (15-8) Engel (1-3) 33,693 63-69
133 September 6 Reds 7 – 5 Soto (12-15) Botelho (1-3) 17,026 63-70
134 September 7 Reds 9 – 7 Baller (1-3) Franco (11-2) 30,300 64-70
135 September 8 Reds 5 – 5 28,269 64-70
136 September 9 @ Cardinals 3 – 1 Fontenot (6-8) Kepshire (10-9) Meridith (1) 32,808 65-70
137 September 10 @ Pirates 2 – 1 Reuschel (12-7) Engel (1-4) 3,133 65-71
138 September 11 @ Pirates 3 – 1 Meridith (3-2) DeLeon (2-17) Baller (1) 5,432 66-71
139 September 12 @ Pirates 10 – 2 Rhoden (9-13) Eckersley (8-6) Robinson (3) 3,439 66-72
140 September 13 Cardinals 9 – 3 Forsch (7-6) Trout (8-5) Worrell (1) 16,110 66-73
141 September 14 Cardinals 5 – 4 Campbell (5-3) Sorensen (3-7) Lahti (17) 29,852 66-74
142 September 15 Cardinals 5 – 1 Cox (16-9) Engel (1-5) 28,430 66-75
143 September 16 @ Expos 8 – 5 Burke (9-3) Frazier (7-7) 10,399 66-76
144 September 17 @ Expos 3 – 0 Eckersley (9-6) Youmans (3-3) Smith (29) 12,095 67-76
145 September 18 @ Mets 4 – 2 Aguilera (8-6) Trout (8-6) McDowell (15) 25,424 67-77
146 September 19 @ Mets 5 – 1 Fernandez (7-9) Fontenot (6-9) 26,812 67-78
147 September 20 @ Phillies 3 – 1 Patterson (1-0) Hudson (7-12) Smith (30) 20,207 68-78
148 September 21 @ Phillies 9 – 2 Abrego (1-0) K. Gross (14-11) 17,779 69-78
149 September 22 @ Phillies 9 – 2 Eckersley (10-6) Rawley (12-8) 21,768 70-78
150 September 23 Expos 10 – 7 St. Claire (5-3) Frazier (7-8) Burke (8) 4,647 70-79
151 September 24 Expos 17 – 15 Smith (17-5) Fontenot (6-10) Reardon (36) 6,947 70-80
152 September 25 Mets 5 – 4 Smith (7-4) Orosco (6-6) 10,339 71-80
153 September 26 Mets 3 – 0 Gooden (23-4) Abrego (1-1) 11,091 71-81
154 September 27 Phillies 9 – 7 Baller (2-3) Tekulve (4-10) Smith (31) 9,258 72-81
155 September 28 Phillies 11 – 10 Eckersley (11-6) Denny (11-13) Smith (32) 27,875 73-81
156 September 29 Phillies 6 – 2 Trout (9-6) Toliver (0-3) 26,641 74-81
October (3-3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Other Info
157 October 1 Pirates 4 – 3 Patterson (2-0) Reuschel (14-8) Smith (33) 3,446 75-81
158 October 2 Pirates 9 – 4 Rhoden (10-14) Sutcliffe (8-8) Guante (5) 4,637 75-82
159 October 3 Pirates 13 – 5 Perlman (1-0) Winn (3-6) Engel (1) 7,437 76-82
160 October 4 @ Cardinals 4 – 2 Forsch (9-6) Eckersley (11-7) Worrell (5) 40,618 76-83
161 October 5 @ Cardinals 7 – 1 Tudor (21-8) Trout (9-7) 44,825 76-84
162 October 6 @ Cardinals 8 – 2 Patterson (3-0) Andújar (21-12) 43,665 77-84

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Jody Davis 142 482 112 .232 17 58
1B Leon Durham 153 542 153 .282 21 75
2B Ryne Sandberg 153 609 186 .305 26 83
SS Shawon Dunston 74 250 65 .260 4 18
3B Ron Cey 145 500 116 .232 22 63
LF Gary Matthews 97 298 70 .235 13 40
CF Bob Dernier 121 469 119 .254 1 21
RF Keith Moreland 161 587 180 .307 14 106

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Davey Lopes 99 275 78 .284 11 44
Chris Speier 106 218 53 .243 4 24
Larry Bowa 72 195 48 .246 0 13
Thad Bosley 108 180 59 .328 7 27
Billy Hatcher 53 163 40 .245 2 10
Richie Hebner 83 120 26 .217 3 22
Steve Lake 58 119 18 .151 1 11
Gary Woods 81 82 20 .244 0 4
Brian Dayett 22 26 6 .231 1 4
Dave Owen 22 19 7 .368 0 4
Chico Walker 21 12 1 .083 0 0
Darrin Jackson 5 11 1 .091 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Dennis Eckersley 25 169.1 11 7 3.08 117
Steve Trout 24 140.2 9 7 3.39 44
Rick Sutcliffe 20 130.0 8 8 3.18 102
Scott Sanderson 19 121.0 5 6 3.12 80
Steve Engel 11 51.2 1 5 5.57 29

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Ray Fontenot 38 154.2 6 10 4.36 70
Dick Ruthven 20 87.1 4 7 4.53 26
Jay Baller 20 52.0 2 3 3.46 31
Derek Botelho 11 44.0 1 3 5.32 23
Reggie Patterson 8 39.0 3 0 3.00 17
Johnny Abrego 6 24.0 1 1 6.38 13
Larry Gura 5 20.1 0 3 8.41 7

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Lee Smith 65 7 4 33 3.04 112
George Frazier 51 7 8 2 6.39 46
Warren Brusstar 51 4 3 4 6.05 34
Lary Sorensen 45 3 7 0 4.26 34
Ron Meridith 32 3 2 1 4.47 23
Dave Beard 9 0 0 0 6.39 4
Dave Gumpert 9 1 0 0 3.48 4
Jon Perlman 6 1 0 0 11.42 4

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Iowa Cubs American Association Larry Cox
AA Pittsfield Cubs Eastern League Tom Spencer
A Winston-Salem Spirits Carolina League Cal Emery
A Peoria Chiefs Midwest League Pete Mackanin
Short-Season A Geneva Cubs New York–Penn League Tony Franklin
Rookie Wytheville Cubs Appalachian League Ramón Conde

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Winston-Salem

References

  1. ^ Dennis Eckersley at Baseball Reference
  2. ^ Ron Hassey at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Steve Trout at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Guy Hoffman at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ "Major League Scores, Standings, Box Scores for Tuesday, June 11, 1985".
  6. ^ Jacob Brumfield at Baseball Reference
  7. ^ "Dave Hostetler Stats".
  8. ^ Sports Illustrated, August 2, 2010, Where are they Now?, p.84, Published by Time Inc.
  9. ^ "Doug Dascenzo Stats".
  10. ^ Mark Grace at Baseball Reference
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