List of Toronto Blue Jays team records

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All-time statistical leaders[edit]

Individual Blue Jays career records[edit]

Pitching leaders

Defensive leaders (minimum 1,000 total chances)

Individual Blue Jays single-season records[edit]

Offensive leaders

Pitching leaders

Fielding leaders

Individual Blue Jays single-game records[edit]

Offensive leaders

  • Most at-bats: 9 - Alfredo Griffin (October 4, 1980 vs. Boston Red Sox) (17 inning game)
  • Most hits: 6 - Frank Catalanotto (May 1, 2004 vs. Chicago White Sox)
  • Most doubles: 4 - Dámaso García (June 27, 1986 vs. New York Yankees), Shannon Stewart (July 18, 2000 vs. New York Mets), Alex Ríos (August 17, 2008 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Most triples: 2 - 11 Tied for lead, most recently Alex Ríos (April 27, 2005 vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
  • Most home runs: 4 - Carlos Delgado (Sept 25, 2003 vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
  • Most total bases: 16 - Carlos Delgado (Sept 25, 2003 vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
  • Most RBI: 9 - Roy Howell (Sept 10, 1977 vs. New York Yankees)
  • Most strikeouts: 6 - Alex Gonzalez (Sept 9, 1998 vs. Cleveland Indians)
  • Most walks: 4 - 12 Tied for lead, most recently Jose Bautista (September 16, 2011 vs. New York Yankees)
  • Most stolen bases: 4 - Dámaso García (April 25, 1984 vs. Oakland Athletics), Dave Collins (August 5, 1984 vs. Baltimore Orioles), Roberto Alomar (June 8, 1991 vs. Baltimore Orioles), Otis Nixon (August 14, 1996 vs. Boston Red Sox), Rajai Davis (July 28, 2013 vs. Houston Astros)
  • Most hit-by-pitch: 3 - Reed Johnson (April 16, 2005 vs. Texas Rangers), (April 7, 2006 vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays), (April 29, 2006 vs. New York Yankees)

Pitching leaders

  • Most innings: 12 - Jesse Jefferson (May 23, 1978 vs. Boston Red Sox), Dave Stieb (May 17, 1980 vs. Oakland Athletics)
  • Most innings (reliever): 7.1 - Mike Willis (Sept 27, 1977 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Most hits: 14 - Josh Towers (May 27, 2005 vs. Minnesota Twins)
  • Most runs: 13 - David Wells (August 20, 1992 vs. Milwaukee Brewers)
  • Most earned runs: 13 - David Wells (August 20, 1992 vs. Milwaukee Brewers)
  • Most unearned runs: 10 - Dave Stewart (May 19, 1993 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Most home runs: 5 - Pat Hentgen (twice) (May 26, 1995 vs. Cleveland Indians), (June 25, 1997 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Most strikeouts: 18 - Roger Clemens (August 25, 1998 vs. Kansas City Royals)
  • Most walks: 9 - Jesse Jefferson (June 18, 1977 vs. Baltimore Orioles), Jim Clancy (August 30, 1984 vs. Chicago White Sox), Tom Candiotti (August 8, 1991 vs. Detroit Tigers), Pat Hentgen (July 15, 1995 vs. Seattle Mariners), Chris Carpenter (August 16, 1999 vs. Seattle Mariners)
  • Most hit batsmen: 3 - David Wells (April 12, 1992 vs. Baltimore Orioles), Chris Michalak (June 6, 2001 vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
  • Most wild pitches: 4 - John Cerutti (July 3, 1986 vs. Boston Red Sox)

All-time team records[edit]

Single-season team records[edit]

Offensive leaders

  • Batting average: .280 (1999)
  • On-base percentage: .352 (1999)
  • Home runs: 257 (2010)
  • Hits: 1,580 (1999, 2003)
  • RBIs: 856 (1999)
  • Stolen bases: 193 (1984)
  • Strikeouts: 1,251 (2012)
  • Walks: 588 (1993)
  • Doubles: 357 (2003)
  • Triples: 68 (1984)
  • Extra base hits: 597 (2010)

Pitching leaders

  • Lowest ERA: 3.29 (1985)
  • Highest ERA: 5.14 (2000)
  • Most strikeouts: 1,184 (2008, 2010)
  • Fewest strikeouts: 611 (1979)
  • Most walks: 654 (1995)
  • Fewest walks: 445 (1990)
  • Most hits: 1,615 (2000)
  • Fewest hits: 1,301 (1991)
  • Most home runs: 204 (2012)
  • Fewest home runs: 99 (1989)
  • Most hit batsmen: 77 (2011)
  • Fewest hit batsmen: 20 (1977)
  • Most wild pitches: 83 (1993)
  • Fewest wild pitches: 25 (1983)
  • Most wins by a duo: 38 - Roy Halladay (20-11) and A. J. Burnett (18-10) (2008)

Single-game team records[edit]

Offensive leaders

  • Most runs: 24 (June 26, 1978 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most hits: 25 (August 9, 1999 vs. Texas Rangers)
  • Most singles: 17 (three times, most recently: August 24, 1997 vs. Kansas City)
  • Most doubles: 10 (August 17, 2008 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Most triples: 4 (three times, most recently: July 5, 1984 vs. Seattle Mariners)
  • Most home runs: 10 (September 14, 1987 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most total bases: 53 (September 14, 1987 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most RBIs: 24 (June 26, 1978 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most extra base hits: 12 (three times, most recently: August 17, 2008 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Most strikeouts: 19 (April 19, 2001 vs. New York Yankees) (17 inning game)
  • Most walks: 13 (three times, most recently: May 13, 1995 vs. Milwaukee Brewers)
  • Most stolen bases: 7 (August 5, 1984 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most sacrifice hits: 4 (two times, most recently: August 14, 1990 vs. Chicago White Sox)
  • Most hit by pitch: 4 (two times, most recently: July 19, 2003 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most GIDP: 6 (two times: August 29, 1977 vs. Minnesota Twins), (August 30, 2009 vs. Kansas City Royals)
  • Best shutout victory: 15-0 (July 6, 1999 vs. Detroit Tigers)
  • Worst shutout defeat: 0-16 (July 25, 2012 vs. Oakland Athletics)
  • Best winning margin: 17 (May 16, 2003 vs. Kansas City Royals)
  • Worst losing margin: 22 (two times, most recently: September 28, 2000 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most consecutive games, one or more HRs: 23 games (44 home runs) May 31 - June 25, 2000
  • Most consecutive games, one or more HRs at home: 22 (May 31 - July 23, 2000)
  • Most consecutive games, no home runs: 10 (three times, most recently: September 20 - October 1, 1995)
  • Most consecutive strikeouts, batters: 7 (May 25, 2001 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Most consecutive strikeouts, batters to start a game: 6 (July 26, 2000 vs. Cleveland Indians)

Pitching leaders

  • Most runs allowed: 24 (August 25, 1979 vs. California Angels)
  • Most earned runs: 22 (August 28, 1992 vs. Milwaukee Brewers)
  • Most unearned runs: 13 (September 28, 2000 vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Most hits: 31 (August 28, 1992 vs. Milwaukee Brewers)
  • Most home runs: 8 (July 4, 1977 vs. Boston Red Sox), (June 20, 2000 vs. Detroit Tigers)
  • Most strikeouts: 18 (August 25, 1998 vs. Kansas City Royals) - 9 innings
21 (August 8, 1991 vs. Detroit Tigers) - 14 innings
  • Most walks: 14 (September 9, 1979 vs. Cleveland Indians) - 9 innings
16 (May 9, 2002 vs. Seattle Mariners) - 11 innings
  • Most wild pitches: 4 (5 times, most recently: September 10, 2004 vs. Texas Rangers)
  • Most hit batsmen: 4 (2 times, most recently: August 11, 2004 vs. Cleveland Indians)
  • Longest 1-0 game, won: 12 innings (September 26, 1986 vs. Boston Red Sox)
  • Longest 1-0 game, lost: 15 innings (July 27, 1986 vs. Oakland Athletics)

Organization records[edit]

  • Wins: 99 — 1985
  • Losses: 109 — 1979
  • Winning percentage (high): .615 — 1985
  • Winning percentage (low): .327 — 1979
  • Most games back: 50.5 — 1979
  • Division titles: 5 — 1985, 1989, 1991–93
  • American League Pennants: 2 — 1992–93
  • World Championships: 2 — 1992–93
  • Attendance - season (high): 4,057,947 — 1993
  • Attendance - season (low): 755,083 — 1981
  • Attendance - game (high): 52,268 — October 22, 1992
  • Attendance - game (low): 10,074 — April 17, 1979
  • Longest game by innings: June 8, 2013 — 4–3 win over Texas Rangers[1] and July 28, 2005 — 2–1 win over Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim both in 18 innings at home.
  • Longest game by time: 5:57 — April 19, 2001 — 6–5 loss to New York Yankees in 17 innings at home.

Rare feats[edit]

Club firsts[edit]

Blue Jays All-stars[edit]

Year Player(s)
2014 José Bautista (OF), Mark Buehrle (P), Edwin Encarnación (1B)
2013 José Bautista (OF), Brett Cecil (P), Steve Delabar (P), Edwin Encarnación (DH)
2012 José Bautista (OF)
2011 José Bautista (OF), Ricky Romero (P)
2010 José Bautista (OF), John Buck (C), Vernon Wells (OF)
2009 Aaron Hill (2B), Roy Halladay (P)
2008 Roy Halladay (P)
2007 Alex Ríos (OF)
2006 Troy Glaus (3B), Roy Halladay (P), B. J. Ryan (P), Alex Ríos (OF), Vernon Wells (OF)
2005 Roy Halladay (P), Shea Hillenbrand (DH)
2004 Ted Lilly (P)
2003 Carlos Delgado (1B), Roy Halladay (P), Vernon Wells (OF)
2002 Roy Halladay (P)
2001 Paul Quantrill (P)
2000 Tony Batista (3B), Carlos Delgado (1B), David Wells (P)
1999 Tony Fernandez (3B), Shawn Green (OF)
1998 Roger Clemens (P)
1997 Roger Clemens (P), Pat Hentgen (P)
1996 Joe Carter (OF)
1995 Roberto Alomar (2B)
1994 Roberto Alomar (2B), Joe Carter (OF), Pat Hentgen (P), Paul Molitor (DH)
1993 Roberto Alomar (2B), Joe Carter (OF), Pat Hentgen (P), Paul Molitor (DH), John Olerud (1B), Duane Ward (P), Devon White (OF)
1992 Roberto Alomar (2B), Joe Carter (OF), Juan Guzmán (P)
1991 Roberto Alomar (2B), Joe Carter (OF), Jimmy Key (P)
1990 George Bell (OF), Kelly Gruber (3B), Dave Stieb(P)
1989 Tony Fernandez (SS), Kelly Gruber (3B)
1988 Dave Stieb (P)
1987 George Bell (OF), Tony Fernandez (SS), Tom Henke (P)
1986 Jesse Barfield (OF), Tony Fernandez (SS), Lloyd Moseby (OF)
1985 Dámaso García (2B), Jimmy Key (P), Dave Stieb (P), Ernie Whitt (C)
1984 Damaso Garcia (2B), Alfredo Griffin (SS), Dave Stieb (P)
1983 Dave Stieb (P)
1982 Jim Clancy (P)
1981 Dave Stieb (P)
1980 Dave Stieb (P)
1979 Dave Lemanczyk (P)
1978 Roy Howell (3B)
1977 Ron Fairly (OF)

Silver Slugger Award winners[edit]

Year Player(s)
2011 José Bautista (OF)
2010 José Bautista (OF)
2009 Aaron Hill (2B), Adam Lind (DH)
2003 Vernon Wells (OF), Carlos Delgado (1B)
2000 Carlos Delgado (1B)
1999 Carlos Delgado (1B), Shawn Green (OF)
1998 Jose Canseco (DH)
1993 Paul Molitor (DH)
1992 Roberto Alomar (2B), Joe Carter (OF), Dave Winfield (DH)
1991 Joe Carter (OF)
1990 Kelly Gruber (3B)
1989 Fred McGriff (1B)
1987 George Bell (OF)
1986 Jessie Barfield (OF), George Bell (OF)
1985 George Bell (OF)
1983 Lloyd Moseby (OF)
1982 Damaso Garcia (2B)

Note[edit]

  • ¹Henke is team's save leader; but has only 563 IP
  • ²minimum 162 innings pitched must be pitched (1 inning pitched per game played).
  • Slugger Awards were first given out in 1980

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kennedy, Brendan (June 8, 2013). "Toronto Blue Jays win longest game in 18 innings". TheStar.com. Retrieved June 8, 2013.