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Shawn Green - Major League Career - Salaries
1993 Toronto Blue Jays $109,000 1994 Toronto Blue Jays $109,000 1995 Toronto Blue Jays $130,000 1996 Toronto Blue Jays $287,500 1997 Toronto Blue Jays $500,000 1998 ...
1993 Toronto Blue Jays - Offseason
... October 26, 1992 Mike Maksudian was selected off waivers by the Minnesota Twins from the Toronto Blue Jays ... November 17, 1992 Dave Weathers was drafted by the Florida Marlins from the Toronto Blue Jays as the 29th pick in the 1992 expansion draft ... December 7, 1992 Paul Molitor was signed as a Free Agent with the Toronto Blue Jays ...
Alfredo Griffin - Playing Career
... in the majors, he was traded, along with Phil Lansford (minors), to the Toronto Blue Jays for Víctor Cruz ... Damaso Garcia, the Toronto Blue Jays' second baseman, brought his shortstop, Alfredo Griffin ... American League." A steady, everyday shortstop, he spent six years with the Blue Jays, playing in 392 consecutive games ...
1992 Toronto Blue Jays - Regular Season - Transactions
... April 3, 1992 Shawn Hillegas was selected off waivers by the Toronto Blue Jays from the Cleveland Indians ... June 1, 1992 Tim Crabtree was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 2nd round of the 1992 amateur draft ... July 9, 1992 Kelvim Escobar was signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as an amateur free agent ...
Sean Mc Donough - Biography - CBS Sports - Major League Baseball On CBS
... subsequent 1992 World Series, in which the Toronto Blue Jays became the first non-American based team to win the Major League Baseball's world championship “ Nixon bunts ... banner will fly north of the border! The Toronto Blue Jays are baseball's best in 1992! ” A year later, McDonough called Joe Carter's dramatic 1993 World Series ...

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