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1450 - SS ('83-90, '98-99) E in 11th of Gm 7 of '97 WS finished Mesa's magic, traded w/ 578 to SD for 1039 & 703
1423 - 1B ('93-04) converted C is TOR HR leader, slugged 57 doubles in '00, left for FLA in '05
1392 - OF ('80-89) CF led AL in triples in '84, stole 280 bases w/ TOR from '80-89
1236 - OF ('99-'10) most untradeable contract in baseball was sent to LAA for J. Rivera, M. Napoli
1218 - C ('77-78 '80-89) consistent backstop hit between 15-19 HR from '83-88, MGR CAN Olympic team ('04)
1181 - OF ('81, '83-89) '87 AL MVP taken from PHI in Rule 5 draft, was traded from CHC to CHW for S.Sosa
1115 - 1B ('78, '80-87) peaked in '83 w/ 27 HR, 104 RBI, played in Japan after '88 w/ CLE; cousin Gene is NFL HOFer
1115 - IF/DH ('82-92) patient 3B (.354 career OBP; .272 career avg.) played 11 yrs for TOR after stints in CAL/KC
1039 - OF - GW HR in Gm 6 of '93 WS, trade to SD netted CLE a future
1032 - OF - led AL w/ 40 HR in '86, never again hit 27+, traded to NYY for 91(#1), son Josh played 2B for SD/CLE
982 - SS ('79-'84, '92-93) AL ROY for TOR left for greener uniforms in OAK, but returned for two titles after stop in LAD, led AL in triples in '80
931 -3B/2B - brother of OF Dane, who won '85 WS w/ KC, sons Cale & Eli were minor leaguers in '09
921 - 3B ('84-'92) AS in '89-90, his career in CAL ended after only 18 G because of neck injury
920 - 1B ('89-96) led AL in avg. & 2B in '94, may be remembered as the man R.Henderson forgot, brain surgery had him wearing a helmet in the field
907 - LF ('95-03, '08) longtime leadoff man was traded to MIN for Bobby Kielty, 4th in AL MVP voting in '03 for TOR/MIN, 115 career HR, 196 SB
902 - 2B ('80-86) 2-time AS ('84-85) was traded to ATL in '87, missed '87 season, was diagnosed w/ brain tumor in '91
890 - SS ('94-01) not the current TOR SS, but he has the same name, his error, not Bartman's, really cost CHC Gm 6 of '03 NLCS
888 - 3B ('91-98) father was P for CIN/MIL, slugged 36 HR w/ 101 RBI in '96, '99 AS for PIT
809 - OF ('04-09) respectable OF signed to ludicrous contract was waived by TOR in '09, inexplicably claimed by CHW
753 - SS/2B ('85-93) holds single-season record for strikeouts (107) by a player who hit 0 HR ('91)
747 - C ('88-94, '99) '92 WS MVP played for 9 MLB teams & win gold w/ '00 USA Olympic team
716 - OF ('93-99) AS in '02 w/ LAD (& '99), 35 HR & 35 SB in '98; 2nd-most HR by a Jewish player
703 - 2B ('91-95) 12x AS from '90-01 represented 4 teams SD/TOR/BAL/CLE, '11 HOF inductee
656 - OF ('91-95) won WS in '92-93 & '97 w/ FLA, 7 RBIs in '93 WS, 1st all-star for ARI
655 - 3B ('02-06) played in 3 straight WS from '07-09, winning in '07 & '09; '02 AL ROY
633 - 2B ('05-present) AS in '09 crushed 36 HR, coming back from serious concussion
610 - OF ('03-07) led AL in HBP in '06 (21), spent '08 w/ CHC as part of CF platoon in '08
595 - OF ('77-82) traded to OAK for 400, hit pinch-hit HR in first MLB AB, hit 15 HR in '80
578 - 1B ('86-90) 'Crime Dog' was traded to TOR from NYY w/ 246 for Tom Dodd & Dale Murray; hit 492 more HR than those guys
698 - OF ('97-02) son of Astros OF of the same name, 30/30 season in '01, never topped 21 HR for TB/AR/BOS/LA/SD/HOU after
569 - 1B ('06-'10) acquired from MIL for D.Bush, G.Gross & Z.Jackson, .880 OPS in '06 now appears illusory
549 - 1B ('78-82) w/ KC, led AL in BB in '73, '75 & G ('76), son of same name is OF for PHI
540 - C ('98-02) AS for MON in '93, displayed potent bat for TOR w/ OPS of .825 in '99, .869 in '00
535 - C ('04-08) the Z-factor won '97 WS w/ FLA, played caddy to Matt Wieters in BAL in '09
523 - OF/3B/SS ('77-80) MGR Syracuse Chiefs ('88-91), struck out only 164 times in 2,937 ABs
522 - OF ('77-81) 'Otto the Swatto' notched career OPS+ of 123, but made his living as a platoon hitter off LHP (.855 OPS)
516 - 3B ('77-80) '78 AS for TOR, also played for TEX/MIL w/ less success
466 - LF ('03-06) last name is tied for the longest in TOR history; consistent contact hitter posted averages of .293-.301 in TOR tenure, in between stints in TEX
462 - 2B ('02-05) defensive-oriented 2B was displaced by Ron Belliard in LAD in '09, but won his 4th GG anyway; 'O-Dog' was traded to ARI for 268
457 - OF ('80-83) 'Preacher'; 833 H, 56 HR for alliterative ATL/TOR/SEA OF
454 - C ('81-86) his first name's John, it's the voice you'd recognize from this XM/TOR/BAL/ESPN broadcaster & TOR Mgr ('01-02)
452 - P ('86-93, '95) sometimes closer had remarkable '93 (45 Sv, 70 GF in 71 G), but pitched only 4 more G in his career
446 - P ('85-92) bespectacled closer returned to TEX after tenure in TOR, 'the Terminator' finished career w/ 311 Sv
446 - P ('79-92, '98) 2nd winningest P of 1980s made 7 ASG for TOR & returned after 5-year absence from baseball
421 - SS ('04-'05, '06-present) slick-fielding former IF for CLE was traded for Tom Mastny; traded to DET & purchased from DET 4 months later
405 - DH ('93-95) 3,319 career hits for this HOF inductee, former 3B/2B for MIL
400 - DH ('83-84, '85-86) hit 54 HR for TOR after stops in HOU/NYY/CLE/OAK
386 - P ('96-01) - AS in '01 was workhorse, leading AL in G in '01 & '04, NL in '02-03
376 - CF ('78-81) played 162 G in '79, stealing 13 bases (12 CS)
376 - OF/1B ('84-88) college QB at Michigan broke in w/ DET but was released in '84
375 - C ('87, '89-92, '02-04) LHB was platoon C for most of career lost back-to-back WS w/ SD in '98 & ATL in '99
352 - P ('77-88) the losingest pitcher of the 1980s, went 128-140 w/ TOR before stops in HOU/ATL
351 - IF ('99-04) drafted in the 54th round of the '94 draft, hit 13 HR in '02, also played for NYMATL/SEA/BOS
346 - OF/DH ('06-present) crushed the ball in '09, piling up 35 HR & .932 OPS
342 - P ('04-present) occasional closer (17 Sv in '04, 11 in '09) has Ked 324 in 355 IP
324 - 3B ('00-01) pounded 41 HR in '00 after trade from ARI w/ 105(#2) for 262
320 - OF ('00-02) '94 NL ROY hit 66 HR, stole 61 bases for TOR, after being acquired from LAD for 716
318 - 2B ('87-90) speedy but light-hitting IF became UTIL w/ COL in '93-94, traded from TOR to MIN for John Candelaria
317 - P ('84-92) won WS in '92 w/ TOR, '96 w/ NYY, led AL in ERA in '87, 186 wins for TOR/NYY/BAL for lefty
313 - P ('98-09) 'Doc' was 6-time AS and '03 AL CY winner before trade to PHI
306 - P ('87-92, '99-00) 'Boomer' won 20 in final season w/ TOR after being acquired for Roger Clemens
305 - P ('91-97) won 4 WS, including 2 w/ BOS ('04, '07), RHP recorded final out of '92 WS on bunt from 228(#2)
305 - 2B ('99-02) acqured from NYY for R.Clemens, swiped 32 bags in '99 but played only part-time in later years
301 - P ('97-03) 5th in Sv for TOR, also 101 GS in TOR before leaving for LAA
289 - SS ('08-09) BOS bit on his one above-average season and shelled out $12 million for this 92 career OPS+ IF
287 - 2B ('77-79) father of STL C Cody, first base coach for STL since '96
287 - OF ('89-91) first name is William, his slow roller through Bill Buckner's legs won Gm 6 of '86 WS for NYM
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286 - SS/2B ('04-09) prospect never panned out for TOR, .247/.313/.372 for career, signed minor lg. deal w/ NYM in '09
281 - DH/1B ('00-04) traded to CLE for E.Crozier, this former C crushed LHP (.859 OPS) but couldn't field
281 - P ('83-86, '89-91) saved 14 games for ATL in '87 after being traded for Joe Johnson, returned in trade for 218
280 - P ('05-'10) lefty led AL in G in '07 (81), earned 9 Sv in '09
279 - DH ('00-'01) clubbed 32 HR in '00, won WS in '02 with ANA
279 - P ('82, '86-88, '92-93) RHRP had 1.72 ERA in '86, led AL in G in '87
270 - P ('91-99, '04) AL CY in '96 (first of 3 consecutive CY for TOR pitchers), AS in '93, '94, '97
268 - 3B ('06-07) led AL in HR w/ 47 in '00 (w/ ANA), traded to STL for 203
262 - P ('97-99, '02) MIL's all-time leader in Sv, in his final appearance, he retired last batter for PHI at Veterans Stadium
255 - C ('77-79) durable C played 136 G for TOR in '79, 147 for NYY in '80 when he finished 7th in AL MVP voting
250 - OF ('91-92, '95) slugged 146 HR in 15 seasons, mostly w/ SF/CLE, traded 8/19/93 from CHC to CLE for 138
247 - 1B ('77-78, '80) 2 HR in 1st G w/ TOR, 17 in career, died in apparent suicide in '04, MGR Syracuse Chiefs ('85-87)
246 - OF ('83-'84) led AL w/ 15 3B in '84, notched 79 SB in '80, dubbed the 'fastest white man in baseball'
237 - OF ('89-90) first ever RF for FLA, he was traded from TOR to CAL for 656, among others
236 - DH ('78, '79) 'Beeg Mon' 2nd in NL ROY voting for MLN in '64, led NL in avg. & OBP in '70 for ATL, and clubbed 31 HR in '78 w/ TOR/OAK
233 - 1B ('05-06) the last 3B to play in ASG for BOS, this '05 AS threw a fit toward TOR mgmt. after adopting a child and demanded a trade
230 - OF ('07-08) unlike 203, this Canada native is actually beloved by PHI fans; in case of emergency, use _____
229 - C ('08-09) he can hit HR (19 on '09), but do little else, having never notched an OPS+ over 100, batted .226 for '09 Jays, who let him walk
228 - 2B/3B/OF ('02-04) former FLA 2B is three letters short of being a longtime DET 1B in the 80s
228 - OF ('96-97) is not a crook, was a base thief (620 SB) w/ a cocaine problem
220 - 1B ('85-88) his son is a Prince, he was the AL HR King in '90 & '91 after returning from Japan
218 - P ('88-89, '93-96) LHRP traded to ATL to reacquire 281(#2) would return via FA before trade w/ 190(#2) to CHW
212 - SS/3B ('78-79) inexplicably played 153 G for '78 Jays, notched 2 SB and 10 CS, for astonishing success rate of 16.7%
211 - 2B/3B - 6-4 G/F averaged 11.5 PPG for BOS/SAC/POR/PHO, also played baseball
210 - OF ('96-97, '99) mostly a backup in CF, his best years were in CIN (.271/.331/.429, 33 SB) from '92-94
206 - P ('88-94) son of longtime pitching coach Mel, he won 69 games for TOR before moving on to OAK/STL/TEX/ARI
205 - C ('77-78) 1st player TOR acquired in a trade (from CLE), later caught 3 no-hitters with HOU
203 - 3B ('08-09) '97 NL ROY, 'beloved' by Philadelphians, secured TOR Edwin Encarnacion, Zach Stewart and Josh Roenicke from CIN
202 - 2B ('98-00) - played mostly 3B/SS for CHW from '90-95, '98 marked his peak for ABs (301)
196 - ('77-82) spent entire MLB career in TOR, 34 GS for TOR in '77, only 31 GS in rest of career
195 - P ('80-84) beard & glasses made him look like a child molester, but he pitched serviceably as RHRP (3.88 ERA, 31 Sv for TOR)
195 - P ('91-98) ROY runner-up in '91, AS in '92, led AL in ERA in '96 after horrendous '94-95 (5.99 combined ERA), BAL would trade him to CIN for 155
193 - P ('99-01) racked up 100 Sv for TOR before trade to OAK for 655, Morgellons Syndrome helped end his career at age 30
192 - C ('02-03) though this Fullerton native might have caught a wave, his bat rarely contacted the ball (159 strikeouts in 589 PAs for TOR)
191 - P ('85-90) split between SP/RP, standout year was '89 (11-11, 3.07 ERA in 33 G/31 GS), left for DET in '91
190 - P ('81-84) 3-named P sounds like an assassin, but this Tuskegee alum was an effective reliever for TOR, compiling a 3.50 ERA
190 - 2B/SS ('93-96) showed no bat (.246/.291/.328) w/ TOR, traded to CHW in deal for Luis Andujar in '96
188 - OF ('87-92, '00) very nearly traded for himself; traded from PHI to TOR on 7/26/00, traded back to PHI on 8/7/00
185 - P ('04-06) son of SF/MON IF Chris, RP earned 3.18 ERA over three years in TOR before moving on to LAA
180 - ('06-09) won College WS w/ LSU, couldn't stick w/ CLE as LH SP, 25 GS in '09 (7-9, 5.32 ERA), 2nd tallest P in TOR history
178 - IF ('95-98) - pie man for PHI, he was traded to ANA for Dave Hollins in '99 after sticking w/ TOR as a Rule 5 pick
178 - C ('96-97) pioneer of the hockey-style mask, personal catcher for Greg Maddux, & all-glove, no-bat for OAK/MIL/NYM/ATL/TOR/CHW/ANA/MON
171 - DH ('07-08) Auburn's other 2-sport star, this 2-time AL MVP ('93-94) was released just before his bobblehead night in TOR, returned to OAK, .974 career OPS, mostly with CHW
168 - P ('04-09) after years of injuries and minor lg. stints, pitched 67 G for TOR in '09, shipped to SEA for Brandon Morrow
166 - P ('93-98) quintessential 3rd starter's career was rooted in TOR, but grew after trade to SD for Joey Hamilton, allowed 7 R in 2.1 IP for STL in '04 WS
165 - P ('80-85) Venezeulan spent MLB career with TOR, compiling 51-58 record in 151 GS, traded to ATL for Craig McMurtry
157 - OF ('96-98) longtime PHI 2B led NL in strikeouts 4 times ('84-87), served as utility/DH for TOR in his final seasons
156 - OF ('92) HOFer was traded for dinner, since the strike prevented him from playing for CLE in '94, longtime SD/NYY OF won only WS in '92 with TOR
155 - P ('06-09) his initials are R.V., so he can fool more than just Riccardi, once-great closer hit waiver wire after 5-year/$47 mil. deal with TOR
152 - OF ('82-83) MIN took him 3rd overall in '75 draft, this contact hitter with some pop broke in at 23, was gone by 28
152 - OF ('94-96) '91 season for CLE/CHW showed speed (14 SB in 102 G), without it he was an extra OF with TOR
152 - P ('97-02) whoops. TOR removed him from 40-man roster in '02 after injury problems, he won NL CY in '05, finished 3rd in '06, and 2nd in '09 after Tommy John took '07 and '08
151 - OF ('98) his steroids worked with TOR, leading to career-high 46 HR season for this Bash Brother of OAK fame
149 ('84-86) appropriately, hitters lit him up in '80 w/ CHC, when he led NL in ER (117), went 11-0 as RP in '85, also pitched for CHW/OAK/BOS/PIT
147 - 2B/OF ('07-09) one of two ex-CLE UTIL with TOR in his tenure (the other being 421), waived by TOR, claimed by TEX & MIL in '09 offseason
146 - P ('00-02) acquired with 320 from LAD for 716, father inducted into CIN's HOF, RP there from '70-79
144 - P ('77-81) spent career in TOR, 7-21 w/ 4.59 ERA, surrendered 15 HR in 107.1 IP in '77
144 - OF ('94-97) impatient, punchless OF hit .271/.289/.369 with TOR, traded 5/8/98 to SEA for Raul Chavez
142 - P ('08-present) in 3rd MLB game, struck out side on 12 pitches w/ bases loaded, racked up 2.25 ERA in '08
142 -2B ('04-05) joined TOR from OAK, finished 2nd in AL in HBP in '01 (19), never had > 269 ABs any other
141 - C ('95-97) career OPS+ of 59 for backup catcher, traded to CHC 12/11/97
138 - OF ('89-91) defensively-inept (6 E in 60 games in OF for CLE in '93), won WS in '00, injured himself sleepwalking
137 - OF ('77-78) primarily a pinch hitter for TOR, he hit .287/.338/.385 in '77
135 - P ('05-06) most games pitched by a Jewish pitcher all-time, '01 Opening Day starter for ANA, became RP w/ TOR.
135 - C ('91-95) backup catcher spent 4 seasons in TOR , later briefly played for HOU/FLA/TEX/MON
134 - OF/3B ('08-present) former PIT clubbed 13 HR in 336 ABs in '09, likely to play RF for TOR in '10
134 - SS/3B ('01-02) heir apparent to Larkin made ASG for CIN in '05, but was dealt to WAS with Austin Kearns in '06
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133 - P ('06-'10) acquired from SF for 132(#3) and 233, fill-in closer racked up 30 Sv in '07, missed much of '08 to forearm injury
132 - DH/1B/OF ('77) TOR's 1st AS, longtime LAD OF won 3 WS ('59, '63, '65), also made '73 AS team for MON
132 - C ('00-01) backup to 540, acquired from STL w/ Lance Painter & Matt DeWitt for 270 & 104
132 - P ('03-06) he's not my cousin, but he's pitched like him in SF/CLE since entry w/ TOR, quintessential AAAA middle RP
131 - SS ('93-94) longtime CAL SS joined TOR after NYM, uncle of OF Jayson Werth, father played 19 years as IF in MLB
131 - 1B ('91-92) powerless 1B cracked 1 HR in 2 years w/ TOR, career peaked in CLE from '83-88, when he slugged up to 11
131 - OF ('79-80) only 6 OF assists in 2 years indicate his name was an exaggeration, compared to .176 avg, makes sense
128 - C ('02-03) it may sound like you heart him, but he's a backup (.537 OPS) at best, collision w/ him caused Jeter to miss 6 weeks w/ injury
127 - P ('77-80) alliterative SP compiled 22-56 record for TOR after stints in BAL/CHW
124 - P ('03, '05-06) - 144 MLB games, the others for NYM/SD/COL from '95-02, name underscores lousy 1.43 BB/K ratio
123 - C ('79-80) - generically named C was less memorable w/ bat (.197 career avg in 8 seasons w/ SD/TOR/CAL)
121 - P ('95-97) - RP had 2.72 ERA over first two seasons with TOR, but imploded in '97 w/ 7.08 ERA & left for 4 years w/ TEX
117 - C ('06) slowest man in baseball clogged bases for TOR after 8 yr-run w/ ANA, led SF in HR in '08
115 - OF ('84-86) - 108 ABs in 115 games for OF, whose name suggests he retired to Brokeback Mountain
112 - C - ('97-98) '87 NL ROY for SD, 1st ever C for FLA, named in Mitchell Report
112 - OF/3B/1B ('93-94) - journeyman corner IF & OF hit 20 HR for DET in '86, 15 for PIT/SEA in '88, 40 in 12 other seasons
111 - SS/2B ('78-79) - not a Vietnam vet, no matter what he says, replaced as MGR by Jim Fregosi in '99 after lies were exposed
110 - P ('06-present) - 6 Sv in 70 G in '07 w/ ERA of 2.35, missed '08 w/ torn labrum
109 - UTIL ('03-04, '07) - all 3 career HR in '04, played everywhere but CF, C & P in parts of 3 seasons with TOR and 25 G w/ BAL/MIN
109 - P ('04-05) - starter ('04 - 10-13 in 31 GS), closer ('05, 31 Sv), poet, won '01 WS w/ ARI, signed ludicrous deal w/ SEA for '07-09, lost strike zone thereafter
109 - IF ('04) - as SD SS, batted .364 in '98 WS, consummate utility man played for DET/SD/BAL/CLE/PIT over 16-year career
109 - P ('02-03) - RP split stints w/ PHI and CHW w/ brief TOR stint, including 12 Sv in '03, traded from PHI to TOR for 262
108 - P ('03-07) - went 13-12 for TOR in only full ML season ('05) with astonishing 29 BB in 208.2 IP, control faded in '06, leading to 8.42 ERA over 62 IP in '06
107 - P ('85-86) - AS as RP for OAK in '84 (36 svs), traded to TOR for 982 and 246, only 16 Sv for TOR over 2 years
106 - P ('83-86) - went 9-0 w/ 1.53 ERA for DET after trade from ATL in '87, yet proved to be horrendous acquisition, having cost DET John Smoltz
105 - DH ('84-85) - former first baseman hit 4 HR for KC in '80 WS, traded to KC from CAL w/ 1115(#2), traded to TOR for 103(#1)
105 - P ('99-01) - former STL RP, acquired from ARI w/ 324 for 262
104 - P ('94, 96-97)- LHRP traded to SEA w/ 305 for 574
103 - DH/OF ('83) - wasn't actually safe in Gm 6 of '85 WS; STL fans still hate Don Denkinger
103 - 2B ('97)- '94 AS for PIT despite .676 OPS, would be even worse in TOR (.562)
102 - P ('78-80) SP/RP, only player in MLB history with first name Balor
102 - SS - left OAK to displace Cal Ripken as BAL SS, ended career w/ TOR
101 - C ('02-04) defensive C spent brief tenure as Tim Wakefield's C, spent '09 w/ NYY
101 - OF ('08-09) youngest Jays to hit 2 HR in G, BA's #1 TOR prospect in '08
100 - IF/OF ('96-98) 2B turned RF showed no bat (.246 avg), brother Cesar did the same as IF/OF for SD/BOS
99 - P ('08-09) - former KC/TB RP showed durability in '09, throwing 79.2 IP in 59 G
99 - P ('82-84) future PIT/LAD closer (34 Sv for PIT '88, 25 for LAD '93) started for TOR, traded to SF for 92
98 - RF ('97) - PIT OF/1B acquired w/ 103(#2) & 262 for PTBNL, hit .277 over 13 years w/ PIT/TOR/MIN/BOS/CHC/MON/HOU
98 - OF ('91-93) journeyman acquired from CLE with Tom Candiotti for 79(#1) & 138, played 3 seasons for MIL & PIT
98 - DH/1B ('98) - longtime TEX/NYY/BOS C slugged 22 HR for TOR, traded to BOS for Peter Munro
97 - 3B ('05) - spent bulk of career w/ MIN, retired after '06 w/ post-concussion syndrome
96 - DH ('77) - longtime HOU 3B retired w/ TOR, Mgr TEX ('83-85), CAL ('89-91), 'Red Rooster'
95 - P ('77-79) '79 AS for TOR despite 8-10, 3.71 season, allowed most ER in AL in '77 (119)
94 - P ('86-89) Harvard grad and '87 Topps All-Star Rookie works for Scott Boras, traded to NYM for 287(#2)
92 - P ('85, '87) - two-time AS in 11 seasons with SF, reliever retired after '87 with TOR/OAK
91 - P - started Gm 7 of '97 WS for FLA, lost Gm 5 of '01 WS for NYM
91 - SS/2B ('77) - MI acquired 3/29/77 from CLE for John Lowenstein
90 - P ('03-04) 14 svs in rookie season with TOR, stops in COL/PHI/DET to follow
89 - P - '04 AS for TOR found form with CHC ('09 AS), genius Billy Beane dealt him to TOR for Bobby Kielty
89 - OF ('77) - likely hit the lanes after brief run as a punchless OF in MIL and TOR (.573 OPS over 2-season career)
89 - P ('01-02, '04) - Philly native has a name Mike Scott may have used, 4.20 career ERA
86 - P ('05-present)- spent '09 in rehab from elbow surgery after 9-7, 3.39 in '08
85 - DH - 1st overall pick in 1969 draft (by WAS), son Sean was bust at 3B for SD
85 - P ('78-80) 85 relief appearances for TOR, notched only 4.0 K/9 over 8 seasons with NYY/CLE/TOR
85 - OF ('08) - two-way star at U. Florida, traded by WAS to TEX with T. Sledge and A. Galarraga for Alfonso Soriano
84 - OF ('04-05) - TB's all-time leader in games played in RF, went 1-for-19 in '09 postseason, began career with Jays
82 - P ('88-91) - Tulane punter pitched 82 G for TOR after stops in KC/SEA/CLE
81 - DH/3B ('99) - 26 HR in '97, traded by MON to CIN for John Wetteland
81 - P ('06-08)- opt-out clause moved him to NYY in '09, where he won WS
80 - C/1B ('06-07) ended MLB career w/ TOR after stops in NYM (.815 OPS PAs in '03) and LAD
79 - OF ('90-91) 'hard hittin'' debuted for TOR, but dealt to CLE for Tom Candiotti and 98(#2) in '91
79 - OF ('77) - took first at bat in Jays history (he struck out), .240/.266/.305 in 247 PAs
79 - P ('77-79) - 52 GF for TOR, led AL w/ 66 GF for MIL in '74
79 - OF ('91-92) - declared 'Operation shutdown' during 3-yr/$9 mil. deal w/ PIT
79 - OF ('85, '87-88) - defensive OF notched 80 ABs in 79 G w/ TOR
78 - 1B/P/P - won WS as 1B for BOS in '04; LHRP for DET/HOU/TB notched 2.06 ERA for STL in '09; English-born SP made 4 starts for STL in '85 & '87 WS

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