Pasqua was International League MVP and Rookie of the Year in 1985 for the Columbus Clippers. In 1986, he hit 16 home runs in just 280 at bats. On November 12, 1987, he was traded with Steve Rosenberg and Mark Salas to the Chicago White Sox for Richard Dotson and Scott Nielsen. He hit a career high 20 home runs for the White Sox in 1988. He made his only postseason appearance in 1993 at age 31, where he played in 2 games against the Toronto Blue Jays and failed to record a hit in 8 plate appearances. He retired in 1994 after playing only 11 games for the White Sox and posting a .217 batting average.