» October 19, 1993: Following a 72-minute delay because of rain, the Blue Jays finally take the field against the Phillies and pound out a 10-3 victory in Game 3. Toronto's 13 hits include a home run and triple by Paul Molitor. Pat Hentgen gets credit for the win.
» September 29, 1996:
The Blue Jays beat Baltimore on the final day of the season, 41, behind Pat Hentgen. Hentgen wins his 20th, joining Jack Morris as the 2nd Blue Jay pitcher in history to win 20. The O's only run is Brady Anderson's lead off home run, his 50th home run of the year. The Orioles end the year with a major-league record 257 home runs. Both the Mariners (245) and the A's (243) surpass the old record of 240, set by the 1961 Yankees.
» 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.
» November 14, 1996: Toronto's Pat Hentgen is named the American League Cy Young Award winner.
» May 14, 1997:
In Detroit, Blue Jay catcher Charlie O'Brien doubles in two runs, then breaks a 22 tie with his first career grand slam. O'Brien drives in six runs to back Pat Hentgen's (4-1) win.
» May 20, 1997: Cy Young Award-winner Pat Hentgen outpitches Andy Pettitte, to lead Toronto past New York, 20. Hentgen (5-1), who extends his streak of not allowing an earned run to 39 innings. strikes out eight and allows five hits.
» August 1, 1998: Paced by Jose Canseco's 7th homer in 11 games, the Blue Jays edge the Twins, 109. Walker is 3for4 to raise his average to .350. Pat Hentgen gives up four runs in six innings, but it is good enough to win his 11th in 12 decisions with Minnesota. The Twins nipped him, 21, on May 15, 1996, his only loss.
» July 4, 1999:
The Blue Jays defeat the Devil Rays, 6-3, despite Jose Canseco's 30th home run of the season. Canseco becomes the first player in history to reach the 30 mark with four different teams, having previously done so with Oakland, Texas, and Toronto. Pat Hentgen wins his 100th career game and Shawn Green reaches the 100-HR mark with a pair of homers.
» November 11, 1999:
The Blue Jays trade pitchers Pat Hentgen and Paul Spoljaric to the Cardinals in exchange for P Lance Painter, C Alberto Castillo, and OF Matt DeWitt.
» December 19, 2000: What youth movement? The Orioles sign free agent P Pat Hentgen to a 2-year contract and tomorrow SS Mike Bordick will come back to the O's inking a 2-year contract. The day after they will sign another vet, 1B David Segui to a 4-year contract.