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1991 Toronto Blue Jays season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1991 Toronto Blue Jays
1991 AL East Champions
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record91–71 (.562)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Labatt Breweries,
Imperial Trust,
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Paul Beeston (CEO)
General manager(s)Pat Gillick
Manager(s)Cito Gaston, Gene Tenace
Local televisionCFTO-TV
(Don Chevrier, Tommy Hutton, Fergie Olver)
The Sports Network
(Jim Hughson, Buck Martinez)
Local radioCJCL (AM)
(Jerry Howarth, Tom Cheek)
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The 1991 Toronto Blue Jays season was the franchise's 15th season of Major League Baseball. It resulted in the Blue Jays finishing first in the American League East with a record of 91 wins and 71 losses. The team's paid attendance of 4,001,527 led the major leagues, as the Jays became the first team in MLB history to draw four million fans in a season. Toronto lost the ALCS to the eventual world champion Minnesota Twins in five games.

Offseason

On December 4, 1990, the San Diego Padres and Blue Jays made one of the biggest blockbuster deals of the decade. The Padres traded second baseman Roberto Alomar and outfielder Joe Carter to the Blue Jays in exchange for first baseman Fred McGriff and shortstop Tony Fernández. Blue Jays GM Pat Gillick and Padres GM Joe McIlvaine originally talked about just trading Joe Carter for Fred McGriff.[1] The Padres were losing Jack Clark and needed a new first baseman. The Blue Jays had John Olerud ready to take over at first base but were losing outfielder George Bell. Gillick decided to up the ante by trying to get Alomar. Gillick figured that with Garry Templeton in the twilight of his career, Fernández would be an adequate replacement.[1] Alomar feuded with Padres manager Greg Riddoch and the thinking was that Bip Roberts and Joey Cora could platoon at second base.[1] Over the next two seasons, Alomar and Carter would help the Blue Jays win the 1992 and 1993 World Series.

Transactions

Regular season

  • May 1, 1991: The Blue Jays were part of baseball history, as Nolan Ryan threw his seventh and last no-hitter against them in Arlington.
  • July 1, 1991: Joe Carter was named the AL Player of the Month for the month of June.
  • August 13, 1991: After making 25 consecutive save opportunities, Tom Henke picked up a blown save after Paul Molitor hit a home run in the ninth.
  • October 2, 1991: The Blue Jays clinched the American League East title in a 6-5 walk-off win over the California Angels. Joe Carter hit the game-winning single. The Jays also became the first team to have their season attendance pass the 4 million mark.

Opening Day starters

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Toronto Blue Jays 91 71 0.562 46–35 45–36
Boston Red Sox 84 78 0.519 7 43–38 41–40
Detroit Tigers 84 78 0.519 7 49–32 35–46
Milwaukee Brewers 83 79 0.512 8 43–37 40–42
New York Yankees 71 91 0.438 20 39–42 32–49
Baltimore Orioles 67 95 0.414 24 33–48 34–47
Cleveland Indians 57 105 0.352 34 30–52 27–53

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team BAL BOS CAL CWS CLE DET KC MIL MIN NYY OAK SEA TEX TOR
Baltimore 8–5 6–6 4–8 7–6 5–8 4–8 3–10 4–8 5–8 3–9 4–8 9–3 5–8
Boston 5–8 4–8 7–5 9–4 5–8 7–5 7–6 3–9 6–7 8–4 9–3 5–7 9–4
California 6–6 8–4 8–5 7–5 5–7 9–4 6–6 8–5 6–6 1–12 6–7 5–8 6–6
Chicago 8–4 5–7 5–8 6–6 4–8 7–6 7–5 8–5 8–4 7–6 7–6 8–5 7–5
Cleveland 6–7 4–9 5–7 6–6 7–6 4–8 5–8 2–10 6–7 5–7 2–10 4–8 1–12
Detroit 8–5 8–5 7–5 8–4 6–7 8–4 4–9 4–8 8–5 4–8 8–4 6–6 5–8
Kansas City 8–4 5–7 4–9 6–7 8–4 4–8 9–3 6–7 7–5 6–7 7–6 7–6 5–7
Milwaukee 10–3 6–7 6–6 5–7 8–5 9–4 3–9 6–6 6–7 8–4 3–9 7–5 6–7
Minnesota 8–4 9–3 5–8 5–8 10–2 8–4 7–6 6–6 10–2 8–5 9–4 6–7 4–8
New York 8–5 7–6 6–6 4–8 7–6 5–8 5–7 7–6 2–10 6–6 3–9 5–7 6–7
Oakland 9–3 4–8 12–1 6–7 7–5 8–4 7–6 4–8 5–8 6–6 6–7 4–9 6–6
Seattle 8–4 3–9 7–6 6–7 10–2 4–8 6–7 9–3 4–9 9–3 7–6 5–8 5–7
Texas 3–9 7–5 8–5 5–8 8–4 6–6 6–7 5–7 7–6 7–5 9–4 8–5 6–6
Toronto 8–5 4–9 6–6 5–7 12–1 8–5 7–5 7–6 8–4 7–6 6–6 7–5 6–6


Notable transactions

Roster

1991 Toronto Blue Jays
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Manager Cito Gaston was sidelined with a herniated disc [18] from August 21 to September 25. Gene Tenace served as the team's interim manager,[19] going 19–14 and keeping the Jays in first place in the AL East for the duration of Gaston's absence.

Game log

1991 Game Log
April
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 8 Red Sox 6 – 2 Clemens (1-0) Stieb (0-1) 50,114 0-1
2 April 9 Red Sox 4 – 3 Key (1-0) Harris (0-1) Henke (1) 42,211 1-1
3 April 10 Red Sox 5 – 3 Timlin (1-0) Gray (0-1) Henke (2) 41,164 2-1
4 April 11 Brewers 7 – 3 Wells (1-0) Robinson (0-1) 38,326 3-1
5 April 12 Brewers 5 – 4 (11) Timlin (2-0) Plesac (0-1) 43,150 4-1
6 April 13 Brewers 7 – 3 Brown (1-0) Stieb (0-2) Crim (1) 49,872 4-2
7 April 14 Brewers 9 – 0 Key (2-0) August (0-1) 47,136 5-2
8 April 15 @ Tigers 4 – 3 Stottlemyre (1-0) Terrell (0-2) Ward (1) 9,632 6-2
9 April 16 @ Tigers 6 – 2 Gullickson (1-0) Wells (1-1) Henneman (2) 10,791 6-3
10 April 17 @ Tigers 5 – 4 (10) Henneman (1-0) Ward (0-1) 16,355 6-4
11 April 19 @ Brewers 5 – 2 Stieb (1-2) August (0-2) 9,604 7-4
12 April 20 @ Brewers 4 – 2 Key (3-0) Bosio (1-2) Ward (2) 13,545 8-4
13 April 21 @ Brewers 11 – 8 (10) Crim (1-0) Wills (0-1) 14,920 8-5
14 April 22 @ Red Sox 6 – 4 Lamp (1-1) Wells (1-2) Reardon (4) 25,841 8-6
15 April 23 @ Red Sox 3 – 0 Clemens (4-0) Boucher (0-1) Reardon (5) 29,904 8-7
16 April 24 @ Red Sox 6 – 1 Stieb (2-2) Young (0-1) 28,841 9-7
17 April 25 Tigers 3 – 2 Key (4-0) Petry (0-1) Ward (3) 49,688 10-7
18 April 26 Tigers 5 – 4 Stottlemyre (2-0) Terrell (0-3) Ward (4) 50,170 11-7
19 April 27 Tigers 4 – 2 Gullickson (2-0) Wells (1-3) Henneman (3) 50,211 11-8
20 April 28 Tigers 9 – 6 Timlin (3-0) Leiter (0-1) Ward (5) 50,134 12-8
21 April 30 @ Rangers 8 – 5 Gossage (2-0) Acker (0-1) Russell (5) 24,873 12-9
May
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
22 May 1 @ Rangers 3 – 0 Ryan (3-2) Key (4-1) 33,439 12-10
23 May 2 @ Royals 3 – 1 Stottlemyre (3-0) Appier (1-4) Ward (6) 22,896 13-10
24 May 3 @ Royals 5 – 1 Wells (2-3) Davis (2-2) 20,809 14-10
25 May 4 @ Royals 6 – 5 Saberhagen (2-3) Boucher (0-2) Montgomery (6) 22,628 14-11
26 May 5 @ Royals 3 – 0 Stieb (3-2) Gordon (1-2) Ward (7) 22,588 15-11
27 May 7 Rangers 3 – 2 Rogers (1-3) Key (4-2) Russell (6) 44,622 15-12
28 May 8 Rangers 4 – 2 Stottlemyre (4-0) Ryan (3-3) Ward (8) 43,211 16-12
29 May 9 White Sox 2 – 0 Wells (3-3) Pérez (1-2) Ward (9) 47,236 17-12
30 May 10 White Sox 5 – 3 (12) Radinsky (2-1) Fraser (0-1) 50,198 17-13
31 May 11 White Sox 5 – 2 Stieb (4-2) Hough (0-2) Ward (10) 50,206 18-13
32 May 12 White Sox 4 – 2 Key (5-2) Hibbard (2-1) Ward (11) 50,108 19-13
33 May 13 Royals 4 – 2 Stottlemyre (5-0) Davis (2-4) Ward (12) 44,275 20-13
34 May 14 Royals 4 – 1 Wells (4-3) Gubicza (0-1) Timlin (1) 43,357 21-13
35 May 15 Royals 6 – 4 Saberhagen (4-3) Boucher (0-3) 50,113 21-14
36 May 17 @ White Sox 5 – 3 Pall (1-1) Timlin (3-1) Thigpen (7) 30,095 21-15
37 May 18 @ White Sox 9 – 2 Key (6-2) Hibbard (2-2) 34,861 22-15
38 May 19 @ White Sox 5 – 4 Patterson (1-0) Timlin (3-2) Thigpen (8) 41,015 22-16
39 May 20 @ Athletics 1 – 0 Wells (5-3) Welch (4-3) Henke (3) 24,631 23-16
40 May 21 @ Athletics 11 – 7 Acker (1-1) Dressendorfer (3-3) Timlin (2) 22,738 24-16
41 May 22 @ Athletics 2 – 1 Moore (6-2) Stieb (4-3) Eckersley (11) 34,028 24-17
42 May 24 @ Angels 3 – 2 Timlin (4-2) Finley (7-2) Henke (4) 26,408 25-17
43 May 25 @ Angels 5 – 0 McCaskill (4-5) Stottlemyre (5-1) 36,732 25-18
44 May 26 @ Angels 6 – 2 Langston (6-1) Wells (5-4) 45,307 25-19
45 May 28 Athletics 8 – 4 Moore (7-2) Acker (1-2) Eckersley (12) 50,299 25-20
46 May 29 Athletics 8 – 3 Key (7-2) Slusarski (1-2) Henke (5) 50,262 26-20
47 May 30 Athletics 8 – 6 Klink (4-2) Ward (0-2) Eckersley (13) 50,271 26-21
48 May 31 Angels 5 – 1 Wells (6-4) Langston (6-2) 50,252 27-21
June
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
49 June 1 Angels 11 – 8 Eichhorn (1-1) Fraser (0-2) Harvey (13) 50,255 27-22
50 June 2 Angels 7 – 2 Abbott (5-4) Acker (1-3) 50,261 27-23
51 June 3 @ Yankees 5 – 3 Key (8-2) Leary (3-5) Henke (6) 17,003 28-23
52 June 4 @ Yankees 5 – 3 Sanderson (7-2) Stottlemyre (5-2) Farr (4) 15,955 28-24
53 June 5 @ Yankees 4 – 1 Wells (7-4) Johnson (0-1) Henke (7) 21,213 29-24
54 June 6 @ Orioles 6 – 4 Milacki (2-2) Timlin (4-3) Olson (9) 26,539 29-25
55 June 7 @ Orioles 6 – 4 Smith (3-0) Guzmán (0-1) Olson (10) 38,228 29-26
56 June 8 @ Orioles 8 – 4 Key (9-2) Kilgus (0-1) 45,569 30-26
57 June 9 @ Orioles 3 – 2 Stottlemyre (6-2) Ballard (3-7) Henke (8) 27,783 31-26
58 June 11 @ Indians 2 – 1 (12) Hillegas (2-0) Acker (1-4) 10,753 31-27
59 June 12 @ Indians 1 – 0 Timlin (5-3) Candiotti (7-4) Henke (9) 8,089 32-27
60 June 13 @ Indians 1 – 0 Key (10-2) Nagy (2-7) 8,371 33-27
61 June 14 Orioles 9 – 1 Stottlemyre (7-2) Robinson (3-6) 50,287 34-27
62 June 15 Orioles 8 – 4 Ballard (4-7) Guzmán (0-2) Williamson (3) 50,292 34-28
63 June 16 Orioles 13 – 8 Frohwirth (1-0) Ward (0-3) 50,273 34-29
64 June 18 Yankees 4 – 2 Kamieniecki (1-0) Timlin (5-4) Farr (7) 50,271 34-30
65 June 19 Yankees 3 – 0 Johnson (1-2) Key (10-3) Howe (1) 50,281 34-31
66 June 20 Yankees 6 – 1 Stottlemyre (8-2) Leary (3-7) 50,256 35-31
67 June 21 Indians 8 – 4 Wells (8-4) Swindell (3-6) Henke (10) 50,283 36-31
68 June 22 Indians 4 – 0 Guzmán (1-2) Mutis (0-2) Ward (13) 50,285 37-31
69 June 23 Indians 3 – 1 MacDonald (1-0) Candiotti (7-6) Henke (11) 50,275 38-31
70 June 24 Indians 4 – 3 Ward (1-3) Nagy (3-8) Henke (12) 50,263 39-31
71 June 25 @ Twins 8 – 6 Morris (10-5) Stottlemyre (8-3) Aguilera (20) 26,350 39-32
72 June 26 @ Twins 5 – 2 Wells (9-4) Guthrie (5-4) Henke (13) 25,503 40-32
73 June 27 @ Twins 1 – 0 Guzmán (2-2) Tapani (5-7) Henke (14) 35,598 41-32
74 June 28 Mariners 3 – 1 Krueger (5-3) Candiotti (7-7) Jackson (13) 50,297 41-33
75 June 29 Mariners 4 – 0 Timlin (6-4) DeLucia (6-5) Ward (14) 50,268 42-33
76 June 30 Mariners 6 – 1 Stottlemyre (9-3) Holman (7-8) 50,298 43-33
July
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
77 July 1 Mariners 4 – 3 Acker (2-4) Jackson (4-3) 50,270 44-33
78 July 2 Twins 4 – 3 Ward (2-3) Leach (0-1) 48,676 45-33
79 July 3 Twins 4 – 0 Candiotti (8-7) Anderson (4-7) 50,071 46-33
80 July 4 Twins 1 – 0 West (1-0) Key (10-4) Aguilera (21) 50,293 46-34
81 July 5 @ Mariners 2 – 1 MacDonald (2-0) Holman (7-9) Henke (15) 21,647 47-34
82 July 6 @ Mariners 4 – 3 (10) Timlin (7-4) Swan (3-2) Henke (16) 48,750 48-34
83 July 7 @ Mariners 5 – 2 Guzmán (3-2) Hanson (4-4) 27,812 49-34
84 July 11 Rangers 2 – 0 Candiotti (9-7) Brown (7-7) Henke (17) 50,276 50-34
85 July 12 Rangers 6 – 2 Wells (10-4) Guzmán (4-4) Ward (15) 50,279 51-34
86 July 13 Rangers 3 – 2 Timlin (8-4) Russell (3-2) Henke (18) 50,270 52-34
87 July 14 Rangers 8 – 6 Barfield (4-3) Key (10-5) Russell (18) 50,294 52-35
88 July 15 @ Royals 5 – 3 (12) Timlin (9-4) Crawford (2-1) Henke (19) 29,723 53-35
89 July 16 @ Royals 2 – 1 (10) Aquino (2-2) Candiotti (9-8) 22,134 53-36
90 July 18 @ Rangers 4 – 0 Wells (11-4) Ryan (5-5) Ward (16) 37,268 54-36
91 July 19 @ Rangers 7 – 2 Stottlemyre (10-3) Barfield (4-4) Timlin (3) 35,144 55-36
92 July 20 @ Rangers 11 – 6 Jeffcoat (4-2) Key (10-6) 39,276 55-37
93 July 21 @ Rangers 6 – 5 Rogers (6-7) Timlin (9-5) Russell (19) 31,803 55-38
94 July 23 @ White Sox 3 – 2 Thigpen (7-3) Candiotti (9-9) 34,779 55-39
95 July 24 @ White Sox 2 – 1 Wells (12-4) McDowell (12-5) Henke (20) 39,599 56-39
96 July 25 @ White Sox 7 – 1 Hough (6-6) Stottlemyre (10-4) 42,796 56-40
97 July 26 Royals 6 – 5 (11) Ward (3-3) Gordon (5-9) 50,326 57-40
98 July 27 Royals 5 – 2 (10) Gordon (6-9) Timlin (9-6) Montgomery (19) 50,291 57-41
99 July 28 Royals 10 – 4 Gubicza (6-5) Candiotti (9-10) Davis (2) 50,291 57-42
100 July 29 White Sox 12 – 4 McDowell (13-5) Wells (12-5) 50,298 57-43
101 July 30 White Sox 8 – 7 Radinsky (3-3) MacDonald (2-1) Thigpen (24) 50,291 57-44
102 July 31 Indians 3 – 1 Key (11-6) King (4-6) Henke (21) 50,276 58-44
August
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
103 August 1 Indians 7 – 5 Ward (4-3) Shaw (0-4) Henke (22) 50,275 59-44
104 August 2 @ Red Sox 5 – 3 Clemens (12-7) Candiotti (9-11) 34,032 59-45
105 August 3 @ Red Sox 4 – 1 Hesketh (5-2) Wells (12-6) Reardon (25) 34,015 59-46
106 August 4 @ Red Sox 2 – 1 Ward (5-3) Lamp (3-3) Henke (23) 33,809 60-46
107 August 6 Tigers 2 – 1 Key (12-6) Cerutti (1-4) Henke (24) 50,305 61-46
108 August 7 Tigers 5 – 2 Guzmán (4-2) Tanana (8-8) Henke (25) 50,324 62-46
109 August 8 Tigers 4 – 0 (14) Gibson (5-5) Henke (0-1) 50,307 62-47
110 August 9 Red Sox 12 – 7 Hesketh (6-2) Wells (12-7) Reardon (26) 50,319 62-48
111 August 10 Red Sox 7 – 1 Harris (8-11) Stottlemyre (10-5) 50,304 62-49
112 August 11 Red Sox 9 – 6 Gardiner (4-6) Key (12-7) Reardon (27) 50,297 62-50
113 August 12 Red Sox 11 – 8 Lamp (4-3) Ward (5-4) Reardon (28) 50,305 62-51
114 August 13 @ Brewers 5 – 4 Crim (7-5) Henke (0-2) 22,996 62-52
115 August 14 @ Brewers 5 – 3 Bosio (9-8) Wells (12-8) Henry (3) 19,193 62-53
116 August 15 @ Brewers 4 – 1 Stottlemyre (11-5) Plesac (1-5) Henke (26) 24,519 63-53
117 August 16 @ Tigers 5 – 2 Cerutti (2-4) Key (12-8) Gakeler (1) 43,186 63-54
118 August 17 @ Tigers 7 – 5 MacDonald (3-1) Aldred (0-2) Henke (27) 46,634 64-54
119 August 18 @ Tigers 4 – 2 Candiotti (10-11) Kaiser (0-1) Henke (28) 48,724 65-54
120 August 20 Brewers 3 – 1 Stottlemyre (12-5) Bosio (9-9) Henke (29) 50,311 66-54
121 August 21 Brewers 3 – 0 Machado (1-3) Key (12-9) Núñez (8) 50,306 66-55
122 August 22 Brewers 8 – 7 Ignasiak (1-0) Ward (5-5) Henry (5) 50,309 66-56
123 August 23 Yankees 6 – 5 Ward (6-5) Farr (3-4) 50,318 67-56
124 August 24 Yankees 6 – 5 Johnson (5-7) Wells (12-9) Cadaret (2) 50,324 67-57
125 August 25 Yankees 11 – 7 Acker (3-4) Guetterman (2-2) 50,320 68-57
126 August 26 @ Orioles 5 – 2 Key (13-9) Johnson (4-5) Henke (30) 28,063 69-57
127 August 27 @ Orioles 6 – 1 Guzmán (5-2) Rhodes (0-1) 25,090 70-57
128 August 28 @ Orioles 3 – 0 Candiotti (11-11) McDonald (5-8) Henke (31) 28,262 71-57
129 August 29 @ Yankees 6 – 2 Wells (13-9) Johnson (5-8) 19,344 72-57
130 August 30 @ Yankees 9 – 2 Sanderson (14-8) Stottlemyre (12-6) 19,393 72-58
131 August 31 @ Yankees 5 – 0 Key (14-9) Cadaret (6-5) Ward (17) 28,932 73-58
September
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
132 September 1 @ Yankees 4 – 2 Guetterman (3-2) MacDonald (3-2) 25,105 73-59
133 September 2 Orioles 5 – 4 (12) Timlin (12-6) Olson (3-5) 50,314 74-59
134 September 3 Orioles 8 – 4 McDonald (6-8) Wells (13-10) Flanagan (3) 50,299 74-60
135 September 4 Orioles 3 – 1 Stottlemyre (13-6) Milacki (8-8) Ward (18) 50,303 75-60
136 September 5 @ Indians 13 – 1 Key (15-9) Nagy (8-12) 5,666 76-60
137 September 6 @ Indians 7 – 4 Guzmán (6-2) Otto (1-6) Ward (19) 14,533 77-60
138 September 7 @ Indians 4 – 1 Candiotti (12-11) Swindell (8-14) 17,830 78-60
139 September 8 @ Indians 11 – 5 Wells (14-10) King (5-10) 13,071 79-60
140 September 10 Mariners 5 – 4 Holman (13-13) Stottlemyre (13-7) Jones (1) 50,196 79-61
141 September 11 Mariners 7 – 3 Hanson (8-7) Key (15-10) 50,321 79-62
142 September 13 Athletics 7 – 6 Guzmán (7-2) Stewart (11-9) Henke (32) 50,315 80-62
143 September 14 Athletics 6 – 0 Candiotti (13-11) Welch (11-12) 50,319 81-62
144 September 15 Athletics 10 – 5 Moore (14-8) Stottlemyre (13-8) Eckersley (40) 50,315 81-63
145 September 16 @ Mariners 6 – 5 (11) Swan (5-2) MacDonald (3-3) 55,612 81-64
146 September 17 @ Mariners 5 – 4 (11) Schooler (2-2) Acker (3-5) 29,115 81-65
147 September 18 @ Mariners 5 – 3 (12) Ward (7-5) Bankhead (2-6) Acker (1) 30,200 82-65
148 September 20 @ Athletics 6 – 5 (11) Eckersley (5-3) Ward (7-6) 33,765 82-66
149 September 21 @ Athletics 4 – 0 Moore (15-8) Key (15-11) 36,601 82-67
150 September 22 @ Athletics 3 – 2 Guzmán (8-2) Darling (3-5) Wells (1) 28,276 83-67
151 September 23 @ Angels 10 – 9 Lewis (3-5) Candiotti (13-12) Harvey (43) 20,001 83-68
152 September 24 @ Angels 3 – 0 (10) Wells (15-10) Abbott (17-10) 21,538 84-68
153 September 25 @ Angels 7 – 2 Key (16-11) Langston (17-8) 19,251 85-68
154 September 27 Twins 7 – 2 Guzmán (9-2) Tapani (16-9) 50,326 86-68
155 September 28 Twins 5 – 0 Morris (18-12) Candiotti (13-13) 50,319 86-69
156 September 29 Twins 2 – 1 Stottlemyre (14-8) Erickson (19-8) Ward (20) 50,315 87-69
157 September 30 Angels 2 – 1 Langston (18-8) Key (16-12) Harvey (45) 50,321 87-70
October
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
158 October 1 Angels 5 – 2 Guzmán (10-2) Fetters (2-5) Ward (21) 50,322 88-70
159 October 2 Angels 6 – 5 Timlin (11-6) Harvey (2-4) 50,324 89-70
160 October 4 @ Twins 4 – 1 Stottlemyre (15-8) Neagle (0-1) Ward (22) 35,124 90-70
161 October 5 @ Twins 3 – 1 Erickson (20-8) Guzmán (10-3) Aguilera (42) 51,058 90-71
162 October 6 @ Twins 3 – 2 (10) Weathers (1-0) Anderson (5-11) Ward (23) 37,794 91-71
1991 Playoff Game Log
ALCS
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Series
1 October 8 @ Twins 5 – 4 Morris (1-0) Candiotti (0-1) Aguilera (1) 54,766 0-1
2 October 9 @ Twins 5 – 2 Guzman (1-0) Tapani (0-1) Ward (1) 54,816 1-1
3 October 11 Twins 3 – 2 (10) Guthrie (1-0) Timlin (0-1) Aguilera (2) 51,454 1-2
4 October 12 Twins 9 – 3 Morris (2-0) Stottlemyre (0-1) 51,526 1-3
5 October 13 Twins 8 – 5 West (1-0) Ward (0-1) Aguilera (3) 51,425 1-4

All-Star game

The Blue Jays hosted the 1991 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. It was the 62nd Midsummer Classic and was played on July 9 at SkyDome. Roberto Alomar was voted in as the starting second baseman for the American League, while pitcher Jimmy Key and outfielder Joe Carter were named as reserves on the AL team. Key got the win as the American League's All-Stars triumphed over the National League All-Stars, 4-2.

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

= Indicates team leader
Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Greg Myers 107 309 81 .262 8 36
1B John Olerud 139 454 116 .256 17 68
2B Roberto Alomar 161 637 188 .295 9 69
3B Kelly Gruber 113 429 108 .252 20 65
SS Manuel Lee 138 445 104 .234 0 29
LF Candy Maldonado 52 177 49 .277 7 28
CF Devon White 156 642 181 .282 17 60
RF Joe Carter 162 638 174 .273 33 108
DH Rance Mulliniks 97 240 60 .250 2 24

Other batters

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Pat Borders 105 291 71 .244 5 36
Mookie Wilson 86 241 58 .241 2 28
Pat Tabler 82 185 40 .216 1 21
Ed Sprague 61 160 44 .275 4 20
Mark Whiten 46 149 33 .221 2 19
Rene Gonzales 71 118 23 .195 1 6
Glenallen Hill 35 99 25 .253 3 11
Rob Ducey 39 68 16 .235 1 4
Cory Snyder 21 49 7 .143 0 6
Dave Parker 13 36 12 .333 0 3
Kenny Williams 13 29 6 .207 1 3
Derek Bell 18 28 4 .143 0 1
Ray Giannelli 9 24 4 .167 0 0
Eddie Zosky 18 27 4 .148 0 2
Turner Ward 8 13 4 .308 0 2
Randy Knorr 3 1 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Todd Stottlemyre 34 219 15 8 3.78 116
Jimmy Key 33 209 16 12 3.05 125
Juan Guzmán 23 138⅔ 10 3 2.99 123
Tom Candiotti 19 129⅔ 6 7 2.98 81
Dave Stieb 9 59⅔ 4 3 3.17 29
Denis Boucher 7 35⅓ 0 3 4.58 16

Other pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO
David Wells 40 198⅓ 15 10 3.72 106
Willie Fraser 13 26⅓ 0 2 6.15 12
Pat Hentgen 3 7⅓ 0 0 2.45 3

Relief pitchers

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Tom Henke 49 0 2 32 2.32 53
Duane Ward 81 7 6 23 2.77 132
Mike Timlin 63 11 6 3 3.16 85
Jim Acker 54 3 5 1 5.20 44
Bob MacDonald 45 3 3 0 2.85 24
David Weathers 15 1 0 0 4.91 13
Ken Dayley 8 0 0 0 6.23 3
Frank Wills 4 0 1 0 16.62 2
Vince Horsman 4 0 0 0 0.00 2
Al Leiter 3 0 0 0 27.00 1
Mickey Weston 2 0 0 0 0.00 1

ALCS

Game 1

October 8, Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 9 3
Minnesota 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 X 5 11 0
W: Jack Morris (1-0)   L: Tom Candiotti (0-1)  S: Rick Aguilera (1)
HR: None

Game 2

October 9, Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 9 0
Minnesota 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 1
W: Juan Guzmán (1-0)   L: Kevin Tapani (0-1)  S: Duane Ward (1)
HR: None

Game 3

October 11, Skydome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
Minnesota 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 7 0
Toronto 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 1
W: Mark Guthrie (1-0)   L: Mike Timlin (0-1)  S: Rick Aguilera (2)
HR: MINMike Pagliarulo (1)   TORJoe Carter (1)

Game 4

October 12, Skydome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Minnesota 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 1 1 9 13 1
Toronto 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 11 2
W: Jack Morris (2-0)   L: Todd Stottlemyre (0-1)  
HR: MINKirby Puckett (1)

Game 5

October 13, Skydome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Minnesota 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 8 14 2
Toronto 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 9 1
W: David West (1-0)   L: Duane Ward (0-1)  S: Rick Aguilera (3)
HR: MINKirby Puckett (2)

Award winners

All-Star Game

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Syracuse Chiefs International League Bob Bailor
AA Knoxville Blue Jays Southern League John Stearns
A Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State League Dennis Holmberg
A Myrtle Beach Hurricanes South Atlantic League Garth Iorg
A-Short Season St. Catharines Blue Jays New York–Penn League Doug Ault
Rookie GCL Blue Jays Gulf Coast League Omar Malavé
Rookie Medicine Hat Blue Jays Pioneer League J. J. Cannon

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References

  1. ^ a b c Diamond Dreams: 20 Years of Blue Jays Baseball, Stephen Brunt, p.261, Penguin Books, ISBN 0-14-023978-2
  2. ^ Jim Eppard at Baseball Reference
  3. ^ Ken Dayley at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Devon White at Baseball Reference
  5. ^ Roberto Alomar at Baseball Reference
  6. ^ Pat Tabler at Baseball Reference
  7. ^ Paul Kilgus at Baseball Reference
  8. ^ Shawn Green at Baseball Reference
  9. ^ Jeff Ware at Baseball Reference
  10. ^ Dante Powell at Baseball Reference
  11. ^ Chris Stynes at Baseball Reference
  12. ^ Alex Gonzalez at Baseball Reference
  13. ^ Kenny Williams at Baseball Reference
  14. ^ Glenallen Hill at Baseball Reference
  15. ^ Cory Snyder at Baseball Reference
  16. ^ Candy Maldonado at Baseball Reference
  17. ^ Dave Parker at Baseball Reference
  18. ^ "Jays' Manager Is Hospitalized". The New York Times. Associated Press. August 22, 1991. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved June 20, 2019.
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  22. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 2nd and 3rd editions. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997 and 2007

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