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1992 Toronto Blue Jays season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1992 Toronto Blue Jays
1992 American League East Division Champion
1992 American League Champion
1992 World Series Champion
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record96–66 (.592)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Labatt Breweries, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Paul Beeston (CEO)
General manager(s)Pat Gillick
Manager(s)Cito Gaston
Local televisionCFTO-TV 9
(Don Chevrier, Tommy Hutton, Fergie Olver)
The Sports Network
(Jim Hughson, Buck Martinez)
Local radioCJCL–AM 1430
(Tom Cheek, Jerry Howarth)
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The 1992 Toronto Blue Jays season was the franchise's 16th season of Major League Baseball. Toronto finished first in the American League East for the fourth time with a record of 96 wins and 66 losses, closing the season with an attendance record of 4,028,318.[1] Toronto was not swept in a single series all year, becoming the first team in 49 years to accomplish the feat.[2]

In the American League Championship Series, the Blue Jays defeated the Oakland Athletics in six games for their first American League pennant in four tries. In the World Series, Toronto faced the Atlanta Braves, who had won their second straight National League pennant, but lost the previous year's World Series. The Blue Jays prevailed in six games, becoming the first non-U.S.-based team to win a World Series.

Offseason

  • October 28, 1991: Cory Snyder was released by the Toronto Blue Jays.[3]
  • December 12, 1991: Eric Plunk was signed as a Free Agent with the Toronto Blue Jays.[4]
  • December 18, 1991: The Blue Jays sign pitcher Jack Morris as a free agent.[5]
  • December 19, 1991: Dave Winfield was signed as a Free Agent with the Toronto Blue Jays.[6]
  • March 27, 1992: Eric Plunk was released by the Toronto Blue Jays.[4]

Spring training

The Toronto Blue Jays spent their 16th spring training at Dunedin, Florida, while playing their home exhibition games at Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field for the 3rd spring training season.

Regular season

Despite their post-season success, the Blue Jays had many ups and downs during the regular season. The Jays started off winning the first six games of the regular season and Roberto Alomar was named the AL Player of the Month for the month of April.

On August 25, they had lost six of their last seven games and were only two games ahead of the Baltimore Orioles in the standings.[7] At this point, general manager Pat Gillick decided to acquire a fiery right-hander from the New York Mets named David Cone. The trade resulted in the Jays sending minor league prospect Ryan Thompson and utility infielder Jeff Kent to the Mets.[8] The deal sent the message that the Blue Jays were committed to winning. Cone would have 4 wins, 3 losses and a 2.55 ERA.[9]

The regular season also marked the end of the road for Dave Stieb, who made his last start for the Blue Jays on August 8 and only lasted three innings.[10] On September 23, Stieb announced that he was finished for the season. 1992 was Stieb's final season for the Jays before briefly coming out of retirement years later.

Four days later, on September 27, Jack Morris would make club history by becoming the first pitcher in franchise history to win 20 games in a season. Morris would have to wait through a two-hour rain delay at Yankee Stadium to get the win.[10]

Heading into the last weekend of the season, only the Milwaukee Brewers were still in contention. Led by manager Phil Garner, the Brewers had won 22 of 29 games since August 29.[1] The Brewers trailed the Blue Jays by 2 games, and the Jays were heading into a weekend series vs. the Detroit Tigers. On October 3, Juan Guzmán had a one-hitter through eight innings and Duane Ward picked up the save as the Jays won the game 3-1 and clinched the American League East Division title.[1]

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Toronto Blue Jays 96 66 0.593 53–28 43–38
Milwaukee Brewers 92 70 0.568 4 53–28 39–42
Baltimore Orioles 89 73 0.549 7 43–38 46–35
Cleveland Indians 76 86 0.469 20 41–40 35–46
New York Yankees 76 86 0.469 20 41–40 35–46
Detroit Tigers 75 87 0.463 21 38–42 37–45
Boston Red Sox 73 89 0.451 23 44–37 29–52
Record Games Left
Opponent Home Road Total Home Road Total
AL East
Baltimore Orioles 5–2 3–3 8–5
Boston Red Sox 3–3 3–4 6–7
Cleveland Indians 4–3 3–3 7–6
Detroit Tigers 4–2 4–3 8–5
Milwaukee Brewers 3–3 2–5 5–8
New York Yankees 6–1 5–1 11–2
Totals 25–14 20–19 45–33
AL West
California Angels 5–1 2–4 7–5
Chicago White Sox 5–1 2–4 7–5
Kansas City Royals 4–2 3–3 7–5
Minnesota Twins 4–2 3–3 7–5
Oakland Athletics 3–3 3–3 6–6
Seattle Mariners 3–3 5–1 8–4
Texas Rangers 4–2 5–1 9–3
Totals 28–14 23–19 51–33
Grand Totals 53–28 43–38 96–66
Month Games Won Lost Pct.
April 23 16 7 .696
May 27 15 12 .556
June 26 14 12 .538
July 26 16 10 .615
August 30 14 16 .467
September 27 18 9 .667
October 3 3 0 1.000
Totals 162 96 66 .593

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 8–4 6–6 7–6 10–3 8–4 6–7 6–6 5–8 6–6 7–5 7–5 5–8
Boston 5–8 8–4 6–6 6–7 4–9 7–5 5–8 3–9 7–6 5–7 6–6 4–8 7–6
California 4–8 4–8 3–10 6–6 7–5 8–5 5–7 2–11 7–5 5–8 7–6 9–4 5–7
Chicago 6–6 6–6 10–3 7–5 10–2 7–6 5–7 8–5 8–4 5–8 4–9 5–8 5–7
Cleveland 6–7 7–6 6–6 5–7 5–8 5–7 5–8 6–6 7–6 6–6 7–5 5–7 6–7
Detroit 3–10 9–4 5–7 2–10 8–5 7–5 5–8 3–9 5–8 6–6 9–3 8–4 5–8
Kansas City 4–8 5–7 5–8 6–7 7–5 5–7 7–5 6–7 5–7 4–9 7–6 6–7 5–7
Milwaukee 7–6 8–5 7–5 7–5 8–5 8–5 5–7 6–6 6–7 7–5 8–4 7–5 8–5
Minnesota 6–6 9–3 11–2 5–8 6–6 9–3 7–6 6–6 7–5 5–8 8–5 6–7 5–7
New York 8–5 6–7 5–7 4–8 6–7 8–5 7–5 7–6 5–7 6–6 6–6 6–6 2–11
Oakland 6–6 7–5 8–5 8–5 6–6 6–6 9–4 5–7 8–5 6–6 12–1 9–4 6–6
Seattle 5–7 6–6 6–7 9–4 5–7 3–9 6–7 4–8 5–8 6–6 1–12 4–9 4–8
Texas 5–7 8–4 4–9 8–5 7–5 4–8 7–6 5–7 7–6 6–6 4–9 9–4 3–9
Toronto 8–5 6–7 7–5 7–5 7–6 8–5 7–5 5–8 7–5 11–2 6–6 8–4 9–3


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1992 Game Log: 96–66 (Home: 53–28; Road: 43–38)[17]
April: 16–7 (Home: 11–4; Road: 5–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
1 April 6 @ Tigers 4–2 Morris (1–0) Gullickson (0–1) Tiger Stadium 51,068 1–0 W1
2 April 8 @ Tigers 10–9 Henke (1–0) Tanana (0–1) Ward (1) Tiger Stadium 12,819 2–0 W2
3 April 9 @ Tigers 3–1 Guzmán (1–0) Terrell (0–1) Ward (2) Tiger Stadium 9,720 3–0 W3
4 April 10 Orioles 4–3 Hentgen (1–0) Olson (0–1) SkyDome 50,424 4–0 W4
5 April 11 Orioles 7–2 Morris (2–0) Sutcliffe (1–1) SkyDome 50,375 5–0 W5
6 April 12 Orioles 3–1 Wells (1–0) Mesa (0–1) Ward (3) SkyDome 48,309 6–0 W6
7 April 13 Yankees 2–5 Howe (1–0) Stottlemyre (0–1) Farr (2) SkyDome 44,115 6–1 L1
8 April 14 Yankees 12–6 Guzmán (2–0) Johnson (0–1) SkyDome 45,579 7–1 W1
9 April 15 Yankees 2–0 Key (1–0) Pérez (1–1) Henke (1) SkyDome 48,111 8–1 W2
10 April 16 Yankees 7–6 Ward (1–0) Farr (0–1) SkyDome 50,376 9–1 W3
11 April 17 @ Red Sox 0–1 Clemens (2–1) Wells (1–1) Reardon (2) Fenway Park 27,467 9–2 L1
12 April 18 @ Red Sox 2–1 Stottlemyre (1–1) Viola (0–2) Henke (2) Fenway Park 32,640 10–2 W1
13 April 19 @ Red Sox 4–5 Darwin (1–0) Henke (1–1) Fenway Park 28,196 10–3 L1
14 April 20 @ Red Sox 6–4 (13) MacDonald (1–0) Bolton (0–1) Fenway Park 34,709 11–3 W1
15 April 21 Indians 2–1 Morris (3–0) Cook (0–2) SkyDome 40,191 12–3 W2
16 April 22 Indians 2–7 Nagy (3–1) Stieb (0–1) Power (1) SkyDome 43,292 12–4 L1
17 April 23 Indians 13–8 Stottlemyre (2–1) Otto (1–2) SkyDome 42,401 13–4 W1
18 April 24 Royals 4–3 Guzmán (3–0) Gordon (0–2) Henke (3) SkyDome 50,352 14–4 W2
19 April 25 Royals 6–4 Hentgen (2–0) Young (0–1) Ward (4) SkyDome 50,346 15–4 W3
20 April 26 Royals 0–9 Gubicza (1–2) Morris (3–1) SkyDome 46,486 15–5 L1
21 April 28 Angels 5–9 Finley (1–1) Stieb (0–2) SkyDome 46,201 15–6 L2
22 April 29 Angels 1–0 Stottlemyre (3–1) Abbott (1–3) SkyDome 47,356 16–6 W1
23 April 30 @ Brewers 2–3 Bosio (2–1) Ward (1–1) Henry (4) County Stadium 8,877 16–7 L1
May: 15–12 (Home: 8–4; Road: 7–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
24 May 1 @ Brewers 3–4 Navarro (2–2) Key (1–1) Henry (5) County Stadium 13,794 16–8 L2
25 May 2 @ Brewers 4–5 Fetters (1–0) Morris (3–2) Henry (6) County Stadium 26,547 16–9 L3
26 May 3 @ Brewers 4–1 Stieb (1–2) Wegman (2–2) County Stadium 17,312 17–9 W1
27 May 4 @ Athletics 7–3 Stottlemyre (4–1) Darling (1–2) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 20,137 18–9 W2
28 May 5 @ Athletics 5–1 Guzmán (4–0) Slusarski (2–1) Ward (5) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 18,753 19–9 W3
29 May 6 @ Mariners 12–4 Key (2–1) Johnson (3–2) Kingdome 12,771 20–9 W4
30 May 7 @ Mariners 8–7 Hentgen (3–0) Schooler (0–2) Henke (4) Kingdome 13,347 21–9 W5[permanent dead link]
31 May 8 @ Angels 1–4 Eichhorn (1–2) Stieb (1–3) Anaheim Stadium 36,383 21–10 L1
32 May 9 @ Angels 1–2 Abbott (2–4) Stottlemyre (4–2) Harvey (10) Anaheim Stadium 36,159 21–11 L2
33 May 10 @ Angels 4–1 Guzmán (5–0) Grahe (2–3) Anaheim Stadium 23,009 22–11 W1
34 May 12 Athletics 3–0 Key (3–1) Stewart (2–3) Henke (5) SkyDome 50,407 23–11 W2
35 May 13 Athletics 4–3 Morris (4–2) Moore (4–2) Henke (6) SkyDome 50,394 24–11 W3
36 May 14 Mariners 5–4 Stieb (2–3) Jones (1–1) Wells (1) SkyDome 50,375 25–11 W4
37 May 15 Mariners 1–2 Fleming (5–1) Stottlemyre (4–3) Schooler (6) SkyDome 50,405 25–12 L1
38 May 16 Mariners 6–7 Powell (1–0) Wells (1–2) Schooler (7) SkyDome 50,385 25–13 L2
39 May 17 Mariners 2–3 Johnson (4–3) Key (3–2) Schooler (8) SkyDome 50,364 25–14 L3
40 May 18 Twins 2–6 (11) Wayne (1–1) Ward (1–2) SkyDome 50,391 25–15 L4
41 May 19 Twins 1–7 Mahomes (3–1) Stieb (2–4) Edens (1) SkyDome 50,338 25–16 L5
42 May 20 Twins 8–7 (10) Henke (2–1) Aguilera (0–4) SkyDome 50,125 26–16 W1
43 May 22 @ White Sox 6–2 Guzmán (6–0) McDowell (7–2) Ward (6) Comiskey Park 37,446 27–16 W2
44 May 23 @ White Sox 2–5 Hibbard (5–2) Key (3–3) Thigpen (12) Comiskey Park 39,293 27–17 L1
45 May 24 @ White Sox 1–8 McCaskill (3–4) Morris (4–3) Comiskey Park 32,230 27–18 L2
46 May 26 Brewers 5–4 Stieb (3–4) Bones (1–2) Henke (7) SkyDome 49,360 28–18 W1
47 May 27 Brewers 4–8 Navarro (4–4) Stottlemyre (4–4) Henry (7) SkyDome 50,376 28–19 L1
48 May 29 White Sox 3–0 Ward (2–2) Hibbard (5–3) Henke (8) SkyDome 50,408 29–19 W1
49 May 30 White Sox 2–1 (11) Wells (2–2) Pall (2–2) SkyDome 50,391 30–19 W2
50 May 31 White Sox 3–2 Morris (5–3) Thigpen (0–2) SkyDome 50,393 31–19 W3
June: 14–12 (Home: 5–4; Road: 9–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
51 June 1 @ Twins 5–3 (10) Ward (3–2) Willis (1–2) Henke (9) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 20,134 32–19 W4
52 June 2 @ Twins 7–5 (13) Hentgen (4–0) Wayne (1–2) Henke (10) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 22,317 33–19 W5
53 June 3 @ Twins 3–11 Tapani (6–4) Guzmán (6–1) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 21,392 33–20 L1[permanent dead link]
54 June 5 @ Orioles 0–1 Sutcliffe (8–4) Key (3–4) Olson (14) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 45,803 33–21 L2
55 June 6 @ Orioles 4–3 Morris (6–3) McDonald (7–3) Henke (11) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 45,520 34–21 W1
56 June 7 @ Orioles 1–7 Mussina (7–1) Stieb (3–5) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 45,620 34–22 L1
57 June 8 @ Yankees 16–3 Stottlemyre (5–4) Cadaret (3–5) Yankee Stadium 18,166 35–22 W1
58 June 9 @ Yankees 2–1 Guzmán (7–1) Leary (4–5) Henke (12) Yankee Stadium 22,429 36–22 W2
59 June 10 @ Yankees 10–3 Key (4–4) Sanderson (4–4) Wells (2) Yankee Stadium 25,229 37–22 W3
60 June 11 Red Sox 4–0 Morris (7–3) Clemens (9–4) SkyDome 50,423 38–22 W4
61 June 12 Red Sox 0–5 Viola (6–4) Stieb (3–6) SkyDome 50,387 38–23 L1
62 June 13 Red Sox 3–5 Hesketh (3–3) Stottlemyre (5–5) Reardon (14) SkyDome 50,397 38–24 L2
63 June 14 Red Sox 6–2 Guzmán (8–1) Gardiner (3–6) Ward (7) SkyDome 50,412 39–24 W1
64 June 16 Tigers 3–4 Gullickson (8–4) Key (4–5) Henneman (10) SkyDome 50,394 39–25 L1
65 June 17 Tigers 6–2 Morris (8–3) Ritz (1–2) Ward (8) SkyDome 50,401 40–25 W1
66 June 18 Tigers 10–14 Munoz (1–1) Timlin (0–1) Henneman (11) SkyDome 50,392 40–26 L1
67 June 19 @ Royals 4–11 Gubicza (7–4) Stottlemyre (5–6) Royals Stadium 23,942 40–27 L2
68 June 20 @ Royals 6–1 Guzmán (9–1) Magnante (3–6) Royals Stadium 29,194 41–27 W1
69 June 21 @ Royals 0–2 Appier (7–3) Key (4–6) Montgomery (16) Royals Stadium 24,275 41–28 L1
70 June 22 @ Rangers 16–7 Morris (9–3) Guzmán (6–5) Arlington Stadium 24,460 42–28 W1
-- June 23 @ Rangers Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for September 10
71 June 24 @ Rangers 3–2 Wells (3–2) Witt (8–6) Henke (13) Arlington Stadium 23,798 43–28 W2
72 June 26 @ Indians 6–1 Guzmán (10–1) Armstrong (2–9) Cleveland Stadium 16,299 44–28 W6
73 June 27 @ Indians 4–6 Plunk (1–0) Ward (3–3) Cleveland Stadium 40,560 44–29 L1
74 June 28 @ Indians 6–7 Olin (2–3) Ward (3–4) Plunk (1) Cleveland Stadium 23,560 44–30 L2
75 June 29 Rangers 11–4 Hentgen (5–0) Witt (8–7) SkyDome 50,404 45–30 W1
76 June 30 Rangers 13–16 Brown (12–4) Wells (3–3) SkyDome 50,396 45–31 L1
July: 16–10 (Home: 12–4; Road: 4–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
77 July 1 Rangers 3–2 (10) Ward (4–4) Russell (2–3) SkyDome 50,379 46–31 W1
78 July 3 Angels 10–1 Key (5–6) Langston (8–6) SkyDome 50,408 47–31 W2
79 July 4 Angels 8–6 Morris (10–3) Eichhorn (1–4) Henke (14) SkyDome 50,418 48–31 W3
80 July 5 Angels 6–2 Wells (4–3) Valera (4–8) SkyDome 50,398 49–31 W4
81 July 6 Angels 3–0 Guzmán (11–1) Abbott (4–11) Henke (15) SkyDome 50,406 50–31 W5
82 July 7 Mariners 4–3 Ward (5–4) Nelson (0–4) SkyDome 50,397 51–31 W6
83 July 8 Mariners 6–0 Key (6–6) Hanson (6–11) SkyDome 50,391 52–31 W7
84 July 9 Athletics 4–3 Henke (3–1) Gossage (0–2) SkyDome 50,402 53–31 W8
85 July 10 Athletics 1–5 Welch (7–4) Wells (4–4) SkyDome 50,399 53–32 L1
86 July 11 Athletics 1–3 Moore (10–7) Guzmán (11–2) Eckersley (30) SkyDome 50,414 53–33 L2
87 July 12 Athletics 0–8 Darling (8–7) Hentgen (5–1) SkyDome 50,392 53–34 L3
July 14 A.L. @ N.L.
All-Star Game (AL wins—[15])
13–6 Brown (TEX) Glavine (ATL) Jack Murphy Stadium 59,372 San Diego, California
88 July 16 @ Mariners 7–2 Morris (11–3) Johnson (5–10) Kingdome 52,711 54–34 W1
89 July 17 @ Mariners 6–8 Hanson (8–11) Key (6–7) Swan (6) Kingdome 24,160 54–35 L1
90 July 18 @ Mariners 3–0 Guzmán (12–2) Fleming (11–4) Henke (16) Kingdome 43,922 55–35 W1
91 July 19 @ Mariners 8–4 Wells (5–4) DeLucia (3–6) Kingdome 28,560 56–35 W2
92 July 20 @ Angels 3–5 Crim (4–2) Hentgen (5–2) Grahe (6) Anaheim Stadium 21,090 56–36 L1
93 July 21 @ Angels 9–5 Morris (12–3) Crim (4–3) Ward (9) Anaheim Stadium 21,581 57–36 W1
94 July 22 @ Angels 4–5 Grahe (3–3) Key (6–8) Anaheim Stadium 22,178 57–37 L1
95 July 23 @ Athletics 9–3 Stieb (4–6) Moore (10–9) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 24,707 58–37 W1
96 July 24 @ Athletics 5–6 Eckersley (3–0) Henke (3–2) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 30,206 58–38 L1
97 July 25 @ Athletics 0–6 Darling (9–8) Stottlemyre (5–7) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 36,086 58–39 L2
98 July 26 @ Athletics 1–9 Downs (2–2) Morris (12–4) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 34,595 58–40 L3
99 July 28 Royals 6–4 Key (7–8) Moeller (0–1) Henke (17) SkyDome 50,392 59–40 W1
100 July 29 Royals 2–5 Appier (12–3) Timlin (0–2) Montgomery (25) SkyDome 50,418 59–41 L1
101 July 30 Royals 3–0 Wells (6–4) Aquino (1–2) Henke (18) SkyDome 50,417 60–41 W1
102 July 31 Yankees 13–2 Stottlemyre (6–7) Hillegas (1–5) SkyDome 50,407 61–41 W2
August: 14–16 (Home: 7–4; Road: 7–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
103 August 1 Yankees 3–1 Morris (13–4) Pérez (9–10) Henke (19) SkyDome 50,420 62–41 W3
104 August 2 Yankees 7–6 Eichhorn (3–4) Habyan (3–5) Ward (10) SkyDome 50,409 63–41 W4
105 August 3 @ Red Sox 1–7 Clemens (12–7) Guzmán (12–3) Fenway Park 34,024 63–42 L1
106 August 4 @ Red Sox 4–9 Hesketh (6–8) Wells (6–5) Harris (2) Fenway Park 33,294 63–43 L2
107 August 5 @ Red Sox 5–4 Eichhorn (4–4) Irvine (2–1) Henke (20) Fenway Park 33,945 64–43 W1
108 August 6 @ Tigers 15–11 Morris (14–4) Tanana (9–7) Tiger Stadium 27,969 65–43 W2
109 August 7 @ Tigers 2–7 Gullickson (13–7) Key (7–9) Tiger Stadium 29,994 65–44 L1
110 August 8 @ Tigers 6–8 Kiely (4–1) Linton (0–1) Henneman (19) Tiger Stadium 39,344 65–45 L2
111 August 9 @ Tigers 2–9 Haas (1–0) Wells (6–6) Tiger Stadium 40,035 65–46 L3
112 August 10 Orioles 8–4 Stottlemyre (7–7) Mussina (11–5) SkyDome 50,395 66–46 W1
113 August 11 Orioles 0–3 Mills (8–2) Morris (14–5) Olson (27) SkyDome 50,421 66–47 L1
114 August 12 Orioles 4–11 McDonald (12–7) Key (7–10) SkyDome 50,419 66–48 L2
115 August 13 Orioles 4–2 Linton (1–1) Rhodes (4–2) Henke (21) SkyDome 50,405 67–48 W1
116 August 14 @ Indians 9–5 Wells (7–6) Nichols (2–3) Cleveland Stadium 41,686 68–48 W2
-- August 15 @ Indians Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for August 16
117 August 16 @ Indians 2–4 Cook (4–5) Stottlemyre (7–8) Olin (21) Cleveland Stadium n/a 68–49 L1[permanent dead link]
118 August 16 @ Indians 6–2 Morris (15–5) Otto (5–9) Cleveland Stadium 27,997 69–49 W1[permanent dead link]
119 August 18 @ Brewers 12–1 Key (8–10) Ruffin (1–5) County Stadium 31,297 70–49 W2
120 August 19 @ Brewers 5–10 Bosio (11–5) Linton (1–2) County Stadium 32,060 70–50 L1
121 August 20 @ Brewers 3–16 Wegman (11–10) Wells (7–7) County Stadium 34,702 70–51 L2
122 August 21 @ Twins 1–5 Smiley (13–6) Stottlemyre (7–9) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 48,082 70–52 L3
123 August 22 @ Twins 4–2 Morris (16–5) West (1–2) Henke (22) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 50,465 71–52 W1
124 August 23 @ Twins 0–2 Erickson (9–10) Key (8–11) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 45,211 71–53 L1
125 August 24 @ White Sox 4–8 Fernandez (6–7) Linton (1–3) Comiskey Park 32,837 71–54 L2
126 August 25 @ White Sox 3–6 Hough (6–10) Wells (7–8) Hernández (4) Comiskey Park 29,450 71–55 L3
127 August 26 @ White Sox 9–0 Stottlemyre (8–9) McCaskill (9–10) Comiskey Park 26,436 72–55 W1
128 August 27 Brewers 5–4 Morris (17-5) Navarro (14–9) Henke (23) SkyDome 50,415 73–55 W2
129 August 28 Brewers 2–22 Eldred (5–1) Key (8–12) SkyDome 50,408 73–56 L1
130 August 29 Brewers 2–7 Bosio (12–5) Cone (0–1) Holmes (3) SkyDome 50,413 73–57 L2
131 August 30 Brewers 5–3 Ward (6–4) Wegman (11–12) Henke (24) SkyDome 50,412 74–57 W1
132 August 31 White Sox 9–2 Stottlemyre (9–9) Hough (6–11) SkyDome 50,417 75–57 W2
September: 18–9 (Home: 9–5; Road: 9–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
133 September 1 White Sox 9–3 Morris (18–5) McCaskill (9–11) SkyDome 50,409 76–57 W3
134 September 2 White Sox 2–3 Hibbard (10–6) Key (8–13) Hernández (6) SkyDome 50,419 76–58 L1
135 September 4 Twins 16–5 Cone (1–1) Tapani (14–10) SkyDome 50,420 77–58 W1
136 September 5 Twins 7–3 Guzmán (13–3) Smiley (14–7) SkyDome 50,409 78–58 W2
137 September 6 Twins 4–2 Stottlemyre (10–9) Trombley (0–1) Henke (25) SkyDome 50,421 79–58 W3
138 September 7 @ Royals 4–5 (12) Magnante (4–7) Wells (7–9) Royals Stadium 21,015 79–59 L1
139 September 8 @ Royals 5–0 Key (9–13) Aquino (2–5) Royals Stadium 15,454 80–59 W1
140 September 9 @ Royals 1–0 Cone (2–1) Appier (15–8) Henke (26) Royals Stadium 15,454 81–59 W2
-- September 10 @ Rangers Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for September 11
141 September 11 @ Rangers 7–5 Guzmán (14–3) Chiamparino (0–2) Henke (27) Arlington Stadium n/a 82–59 W3[permanent dead link]
142 September 11 @ Rangers 3–4 Pavlik (4–2) Stottlemyre (10–10) Burns (1) Arlington Stadium 19,396 82–60 L1[permanent dead link]
143 September 12 @ Rangers 4–2 Morris (19–5) Smith (0–1) Henke (28) Arlington Stadium 27,178 83–60 W1
144 September 13 @ Rangers 7–2 Key (10–13) Brown (19–9) Ward (11) Arlington Stadium 16,654 84–60 W2
145 September 14 Indians 1–2 Mesa (7–10) Cone (2–2) Olin (26) SkyDome 50,394 84–61 L1
146 September 15 Indians 5–4 Guzmán (15–3) Embree (0–1) Henke (29) SkyDome 49,487 85–61 W1
147 September 16 Indians 3–6 Nagy (15–10) Stottlemyre (10–11) Power (6) SkyDome 50,416 85–62 L1
148 September 17 Indians 7–5 (10) Ward (7–4) Plunk (8–4) SkyDome 50,408 86–62 W1
149 September 18 Rangers 13–0 Key (11–13) Brown (19–10) SkyDome 50,416 87–62 W2
150 September 19 Rangers 1–0 Cone (3–2) Chiamparino (0–3) Henke (30) SkyDome 50,421 88–62 W3
151 September 20 Rangers 5–7 Guzmán (15–11) Guzmán (15–4) Whiteside (2) SkyDome 50,405 88–63 L1
152 September 22 @ Orioles 4–3 Stottlemyre (11–11) Sutcliffe (16–14) Henke (31) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 45,104 89–63 W1
153 September 23 @ Orioles 1–4 Rhodes (6–5) Morris (19–6) Olson (34) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 45,660 89–64 L1
154 September 24 @ Orioles 8–2 Key (12–13) McDonald (12–13) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 45,739 90–64 W1
155 September 25 @ Yankees 3–1 Cone (4–2) Pérez (12–16) Henke (32) Yankee Stadium 18,124 91–64 W2
156 September 26 @ Yankees 1–2 Wickman (5–1) Guzmán (15–5) Farr (28) Yankee Stadium 23,438 91–65 L1
157 September 27 @ Yankees 12–2 Morris (20–6) Sanderson (12–10) Yankee Stadium 21,413 92–65 W1
158 September 29 Red Sox 5–2 Key (13–13) Darwin (9–9) Henke (33) SkyDome 50,418 93–65 W2
159 September 30 Red Sox 0–1 Viola (13–12) Cone (4–3) SkyDome 50,420 93–66 L1
October: 3–0 (Home: 3–0; Road: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
160 October 2 Tigers 8–7 Morris (21–6) Gullickson (14–13) Henke (34) SkyDome 50,418 94–66 W1
161 October 3 Tigers 3–1 Guzmán (16–5) Haas (5–3) Ward (12) SkyDome 50,412 95–66 W2
162 October 4 Tigers 7–4 Stottlemyre (12–11) Aldred (3–8) Timlin (1) SkyDome 50,421 96–66 W3

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 Pat Borders 138 480 116 .242 13 53
1B John Olerud 138 458 130 .284 16 66
2B Roberto Alomar 152 571 177 .310 8 76
3B Kelly Gruber 120 446 102 .229 11 43
SS Manuel Lee 128 396 104 .263 3 39
LF Candy Maldonado 137 489 133 .272 20 66
CF Devon White 153 641 159 .248 17 60
RF Joe Carter 158 622 164 .264 34 119
DH Dave Winfield 156 583 169 .290 26 108

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
Jeff Kent 65 192 46 .240 8 35
Derek Bell 61 161 39 .242 2 12
Alfredo Griffin 63 150 35 .233 0 10
Pat Tabler 49 135 34 .252 0 16
Greg Myers 22 61 14 .230 1 13
Ed Sprague 22 47 11 .234 1 7
Turner Ward 18 29 10 .345 1 3
Rob Ducey 23 21 1 .048 0 0
Randy Knorr 8 19 5 .263 1 2
Tom Quinlan 13 15 1 .067 0 2
Domingo Martinez 7 8 5 .625 1 3
Eddie Zosky 8 7 2 .286 0 1
Mike Maksudian 3 3 0 .000 0 0
Rance Mulliniks 3 2 1 .500 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
Jack Morris 34 240⅔ 21 6 4.04 132
Jimmy Key 33 216⅔ 13 13 3.53 117
Juan Guzmán 28 180⅔ 16 5 2.64 165
Todd Stottlemyre 28 174 12 11 4.50 98
Dave Stieb 21 96⅓ 4 6 5.04 45
David Cone 8 53 4 3 2.55 47

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
David Wells 41 120 7 9 5.40 62
Doug Linton 8 24 1 3 8.63 16

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
Tom Henke 57 3 2 34 2.26 46
Duane Ward 79 7 4 12 1.95 103
Pat Hentgen 28 5 2 0 5.36 39
Bob MacDonald 27 1 0 0 4.37 26
Mike Timlin 26 0 2 1 4.12 35
Mark Eichhorn 23 2 0 0 4.35 19
David Weathers 2 0 0 0 8.10 3
Ricky Trlicek 2 0 0 0 10.80 1
Al Leiter 1 0 0 0 9.00 0

Postseason

American League Championship Series

The Toronto Blue Jays entered the series with a three-man pitching rotation of Jack Morris, David Cone, and Juan Guzmán.[18]

Game 1

October 7, Skydome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oakland 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 6 1
Toronto 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 9 0
W: Jeff Russell (1-0)   L: Jack Morris (0-1)  S: Dennis Eckersley (1)
HR: OAKMark McGwire (1) Terry Steinbach (1) Harold Baines (1)   TORPat Borders (1) Dave Winfield (1)

Game 2

October 8, Skydome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 0
Toronto 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 X 3 4 0
W: David Cone (1-0)   L: Mike Moore (0-1)  S: Tom Henke (1)
HR: TORKelly Gruber (1)

Game 3

October 10, Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 7 9 1
Oakland 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 5 13 3
W: Juan Guzmán (1-0)   L: Ron Darling (0-1)  S: Tom Henke (2)
HR: TORRoberto Alomar (1) Candy Maldonado (1)

Game 4

October 11, Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum

The defining moment of the Series came in the ninth inning of Game 4, when Toronto second baseman Roberto Alomar hit a game-tying 2-run home run off Athletics closer Dennis Eckersley. The Blue Jays would eventually win the game 7-6 in 11 innings and take a 3-1 series lead.

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
Toronto 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 7 17 4
Oakland 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 12 2
W: Duane Ward (1-0)   L: Kelly Downs (0-1)  S: Tom Henke (3)
HR: TORJohn Olerud (1) Roberto Alomar (2)

Game 5

October 12, Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 7 3
Oakland 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 X 6 8 0
W: Dave Stewart (1-0)   L: David Cone (1-1)
HR: OAKRubén Sierra (1)   TORDave Winfield (2)

Game 6

October 14, Skydome

With their victory in game 6, the 1992 Blue Jays became the first non-American-based team to go to the World Series.

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 7 1
Toronto 2 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 X 9 13 0
W: Juan Guzmán (2-0)   L: Mike Moore (0-2)
HR: TORJoe Carter (1) Candy Maldonado (2)

World Series

Game 1

October 17, 1992, at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0
Atlanta 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 X 3 4 0
W: Tom Glavine (1-0)   L: Jack Morris (0-1)  
HR: TORJoe Carter (1)  ATLDamon Berryhill (1)

Game 2

October 18, 1992, at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 5 9 2
Atlanta 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 5 1
W: Duane Ward (1-0)   L: Jeff Reardon (0-1)  S: Tom Henke (1)
HR: TOREd Sprague (1)

Game 3

October 20, 1992, at SkyDome in Toronto

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Atlanta 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 9 0
Toronto 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 6 1
W: Duane Ward (2-0)   L: Steve Avery (0-1)  
HR: TORJoe Carter (2), Kelly Gruber (1)

Game 4

October 21, 1992, at SkyDome in Toronto

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Atlanta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 0
Toronto 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 6 0
W: Jimmy Key (1-0)   L: Tom Glavine (1-1)  S: Tom Henke (2)
HR: TORPat Borders (1)

Game 5

October 22, 1992, at SkyDome in Toronto

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Atlanta 1 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 7 13 0
Toronto 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0
W: John Smoltz (1-0)   L: Jack Morris (0-2)  S: Mike Stanton (1)
HR: ATLDavid Justice (1), Lonnie Smith (1)

Game 6

October 24, 1992, at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
Toronto 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 14 1
Atlanta 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 8 1
W: Jimmy Key (2-0)   L: Charlie Leibrandt (0-1)  S: Mike Timlin (1)
HR: TORCandy Maldonado (1)

Postseason Game Log

Legend
Blue Jays win Blue Jays loss Game postponed
1992 Playoff Game Log
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Series Report
1 October 7 Athletics 3–4 Russell (1–0) Morris (0–1) Eckersley (1) SkyDome 51,039 0–1 L1
2 October 8 Athletics 3–1 Cone (1–0) Moore (0–1) Henke (1) SkyDome 51,114 1–1 W1
3 October 10 @ Athletics 7–5 Guzman (1–0) Darling (0–1) Henke (2) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 46,911 2–1 W2
4 October 11 @ Athletics 7–6 (11) Ward (1–0) Downs (0–1) Henke (3) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 47,732 3–1 W3
5 October 12 @ Athletics 2–6 Stewart (1–0) Cone (1–1) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 44,955 3–2 L1
6 October 14 Athletics 9–2 Guzman (2–0) Moore (0–2) SkyDome 51,335 4–2 W1
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Series Report
1 October 17 @ Braves 1–3 Glavine (1–0) Morris (0–1) Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 51,763 0–1 L1
2 October 18 @ Braves 5–4 Ward (1–0) Reardon (0–1) Henke (1) Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 51,763 1–1 W1
3 October 20 Braves 3–2 Ward (2–0) Avery (0–1) SkyDome 51,813 2–1 W2
4 October 21 Braves 2–1 Key (1–0) Glavine (1–1) Henke (2) SkyDome 52,090 3–1 W3
5 October 22 Braves 2–7 Smoltz (1–0) Morris (0–2) Stanton (1) SkyDome 52,268 3–2 L1
6 October 24 @ Braves 4–3 (11) Key (2–0) Leibrandt (0–1) Timlin (1) Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 51,763 4–2 W1

Award winners

Awards

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Roberto Alomar AL Player of the Week April 20–26, 1992
Player of the Month Award April 1992
Silver Slugger Award November 1992
Gold Glove Award November 1992
Joe Carter AL Player of the Week June 8–14, 1992
AL Player of the Week August 10–16, 1992
Devon White Gold Glove Award November 1992
Dave Winfield Silver Slugger Award November 1992
Babe Ruth Award November 1992
Playoffs
Player Award Awarded
Roberto Alomar ALCS MVP October 1992
Pat Borders World Series MVP October 1992

The 1992 Toronto Blue Jays were inducted into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in 2001.[19]

63rd MLB All-Star Game

Infielders

Pos # Player League AB H RBI
2B 12 Roberto Alomar American League
Starter
3 1 0

Outfielders

Pos # Player League AB H RBI
RF 29 Joe Carter American League
Starter
3 2 1

Pitchers

# Player League IP SO
66 Juan Guzmán American League 1 2[20]

Farm system

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

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Myrtle Beach[21][22]

References

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