On September 12, 1982 — With Minnesota leading 7 – 4 in the bottom of the 4th, Terry Felton relieves Twins starter Brad Havens. Felton leaves in the bottom of the 6th with one out, runners on first and second and his team clinging to a 7 – 6 lead. Both runners score and by the time the Royals are through, instead of his first major league win, Felton ends up charged with his 16th (and final) career loss. Kansas City wins royally, 18 – 7, one of the biggest comebacks of the decade. John Pacella, who takes over in the 8th, surrenders back-to-back dingers, tosses two wild pitches, and allows six runs. Willie Aikens adds a pair of homers for KC.
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