Stieb, Delgado, and Fernandez: Toronto Blue Jays Trivia

Stieb, Delgado, and Fernandez: Toronto Blue Jays Trivia

The Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series in 1992 and in 1993. Both years, they won the World Series in 6 games, defeating Atlanta and Philadelphia. In the last couple of seasons, the Jays have started to field an excellent team again, but they've come up short in the playoffs. A number of signiciant off-season moves were made by the team and there is still much optimism that this team can win it all. Okay (Okay), Blue Jays (Blue Jays), Let's (Let's) Play (Play) Ball (Ball)!

What is the most games the Jays have won in a single season?

Who stole the most bases in team history?

What pitcher had the best E.R.A in a single season?

What manager has the most wins in team history?

What player had the highest batting average in a single season?

To what team did the Jays trade Teoscar Hernandez in the offseason?

Who had the most stolen bases in a single season?

To what team did the Jays trade Lourdes Gurriel Jr in the offseason?

Who has played the most games in franchise history?

Who had the most runs scored in a single season?

Who had the most RBIs is a single season?

What pitcher has the most strikeouts in team history?

What pitcher struck out the most batters in a single season?

What pitcher in team history has won the most games?

Who has the most hits in franchise history?

What pitcher won the most games in a single season?

Who has the most career RBIs in team history?

What pitcher had the most saves in a single season?

Who had the most home runs in a single season?

What player did Toronto acquire from Tampa Bay in the off-season?

Who has the most career home runs in team history?

Who has the most runs scored in team history?

What pitcher has the most career saves in team history?

Who had the most hits in a single season?

What was Toronto's 1st season in the Major Leagues?

Stieb, Delgado, and Fernandez: Toronto Blue Jays Trivia

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