» October 7, 1992: The A's win the opening game of the ALCS with a 43 victory over the Blue Jays. All but one of the game's runs are scored by homers, as Mark McGwire, Terry Steinbach and Harold Baines connect for Oakland, and Dave Winfield and Pat Borders for Toronto.
» October 21, 1992: Toronto takes a 31 lead in the Series with a 21 victory in Game 4. Jimmy Key gets the victory and Pat Borders homers for the Blue Jays. It marks a record 10 straight post season games in which Toronto has hit a home run.
» October 24, 1992: The Blue Jays clinch their 1st World Series championship with a 43 win over Atlanta in Game 6. Dave Winfield's 2out, 2run double in the top of the 11th gives Toronto a 42 lead. The Braves score one run in the bottom half of the inning and have the tying run on 3rd when the final out is made. Jimmy Key wins the game in relief, and Candy Maldonado homers for the Blue Jays. Toronto C Pat Borders, with a .450 BA, is named Series MVP.
» August 11, 1995:
The Royals trade C Pat Borders to the Astros in exchange for a player to be named.
» September 5, 1995:
The Astros defeat the Reds, 10-1, in a game marked by a bench-clearing brawl that will lead to suspensions for Xavier Hernandez (8 games), Doug Drabek (5), Pat Borders (5), Ron Gant (4), Davey Johnson (2), and Terry Collins (2). Intentional walks backfire twice for Cincy. Ahead 10, they walk Jeff Bagwell in the 3rd (with Craig Biggio on 2B and one out)and Mike Simms homers. Undeterred, the Reds gave a free pass to pinch-hitter Dave Magadan in the 7th (with men on 2B and 3B and one out) and the score just 41. Derrick May then hits a grand slam.
» July 27, 1996:
The White Sox pick up vet catcher Pat Borders from the Angels for minor leaguer Robert Ellis. Borders will replace Chad Kreuter, out with a season-ending shoulder injury.