» December 11, 1985: The Giants send 2B Manny Trillo to the Cubs for SS Dave Owen, and C Alex Trevino to the Dodgers for OF Candy Maldonado; the Phillies trade pitchers John Denny and Jeff Gray to the Reds for OF Gary Redus and P Tom Hume, and the Dodgers trade veteran catcher Steve Yeager to the Mariners for P Ed Vande Berg.
» May 4, 1987: Candy Maldonado hits for the cycle to lead San Francisco's 21-hit attack in a 10–7 win over St. Louis.
» 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.
» October 24, 1992: The Blue Jays clinch their 1st World Series championship with a 4–3 win over Atlanta in Game 6. Dave Winfield's 2–out, 2–run double in the top of the 11th gives Toronto a 4–2 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.
» December 11, 1992:
The Cubs sign free agent OF Candy Maldonado to a 2-year contract.
» August 20, 1993: The Indians trade OF Glenallen Hill to the Cubs for OF Candy Maldonado.
» August 31, 1995:
The Blue Jays trade OF Candy Maldonado to the Rangers in exchange for a player to be named.