» August 3, 1987:
Jack Morris ties the AL record with five wild pitches in a 4–2, 10-inning loss to the Royals. Morris will scatter 24 wild pitches this season to set a new ML record. Juan Guzman will top it with 26, in 1993.
» October 10, 1992: The Blue Jays defeat the A's, 7–5, behind the pitching of Juan Guzman and home runs by Kelly Gruber and Candy Maldonado. Toronto takes the lead in the ALCS by a 2–1 margin.
» October 14, 1992: The Blue Jays win the ALCS with a 9–2 victory over Oakland, becoming the 1st Canadian team to advance to the World Series. Joe Carter and Candy Maldonado bash home runs for Toronto while Juan Guzman gets the win.
» October 20, 1992: The Blue Jays take the World Series lead with a 3–2 win over Atlanta on Candy Maldonado's bases–loaded single in the 9th inning. Duane Ward gets credit for the victory in relief of Juan Guzman, and Joe Carter and Kelly Gruber homer for Toronto. In the 4th inning, Blue Jays' OF Devon White's sensational catch nearly results in a triple play. Atlanta OF Deion Sanders was ruled safe on the play, but replays show he should have been the 3rd out. Braves manager is ejected from the game in the 9th, becoming the 1st manager to be thrown out of a Series game since 1985. By starting in RF, Toronto's Carter becomes the 1st player to start the 1st three games of a World Series at three different positions. He started Game One at 1B and Game Two in LF.
» December 1, 1992:
The Cubs sign free agent P Juan Guzman to a 4-year contract. Guzman is coming off his best ML season, going 16–11 with the Rangers.
» September 29, 1993: Toronto defeats Milwaukee, 9-6, as Blue Jays 1B John Olerud ties the American League record for intentional walks in a season with 33. Ted Williams set the record in 1957. Toronto hurler Juan Guzman sets a new league mark for wild pitches in a season. His two errant tosses give him a total of 25 for the year, erasing Jack Morris' record, set in 1987.
» October 5, 1993:
The Blue Jays take Game one of the ALCS, defeating the White Sox by a score of 7-3. Paul Molitor and Ed Sprague each have four hits for the winners as Juan Guzman notches the win.
» October 10, 1993:
Despite homers by Ellis Burks and Robin Ventura, the Blue Jays take Game Five of the ALCS with a 5-3 win. Roberto Alomar strokes three hits to back Juan Guzman's 2nd win of the series.
» September 7, 1996: Complaining of abdominal pains the day of his scheduled start at Yankee Stadium, Juan Guzman is rushed to New York's Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital where he undergoes an emergency appendectomy. He won't pitch any more this season and his 2.93 ERA will lead the American League.
» November 13, 1996:
The Blue Jays ink their ace pitcher Juan Guzman to a 2-year $9 million deal with incentives. Along with the just-signed Pat Hentgen and nabbing Roger Clemens next month, the Jays load up for next year.
» July 31, 1998:
The Blue Jays trade P Juan Guzman to the Orioles for P Nerio Rodriguez and OF Shannon Carter.
» July 31, 1999:
The Reds obtain P Juan Guzman and cash from the Orioles in exchange for pitchers B.J. Ryan and Jacobo Sequea.
» August 16, 1999: The Reds Juan Guzman has to leave his start in Pittsburgh after seven innings because his shoes are too small. After he was traded to the Reds, he arrived with only his size 10 1/2 orange and black Orioles shoes. Puma sent him a size nine 1/2 in red which he wore today until blisters developed. The Reds still win, 9–2.
» January 8, 2000: The Devil Rays sign free agent P Juan Guzman to a 2-year contract.
» June 27, 2000:
Heavy medical news. Houston reliever Billy Wagner undergoes surgery to repair a partially torn flexor tendon and is out for the year. Pitchers Anaheim's Jason Dickson and Tampa Bay's Juan Guzman, undergoes arthroscopic surgery on their right shoulders and will miss the remainder of the season.