The only season in which Andujar appeared in more than eight games was 1997, when he went 0-6 for the Blue Jays. In May 2000, Andujar hit a road bump in his quest to return to the majors when he was suspended by the Triple-A Las Vegas Stars. "He expressed his wishes not to pitch here any longer," manager Duane Espy explained, "and we decided to oblige him." (JGR)
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»June 2, 1997:
In Seattle, Randy Johnson fires a two-hitter and Ken Griffey Jr. hits his 25th home run as Seattle tops the Blue Jays, 3–0. Johnson (8-1) doesn't allow a hit until Alex Gonzalez's bloops a single in the sixth. Gonzalez is caught stealing, and Johnson surrenders a bloop single to Tilson Brito. Johnson strikes out nine to beat Luis Andujar (0-1).