The Toronto Blue Jays, a Canadian baseball team wine the World Series in 1992. Beating the Atlanta Braves in 6 games. It was during the 89th World Series.
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- Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, GA, USA, hosted games 1, 2 and 6.
- Skydome, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, hosted games 3, 4 and 5.
Hmmm… Canada won the World Series and not on home turf… That had to hurt the Atlanta Braves’ pride.
October 24th 1992
Toronto Blue Jays
89th World Series
Games 1, 2 and 6:
Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, GA, USA
Games 2, 4 and 5:
Skydome, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
For More Information:
- 1992 World Series – Wikipedia
The 1992 World Series was the first World Series in which games were played outside the United States, following the 1992 regular season. It pitted the American League champions Toronto Blue Jays against the National League champions Atlanta Braves.
- 1992 World Series, Game 6: Blue Jays @ Braves – YouTube
- 1992 World Series – Toronto Blue Jays over Atlanta Braves
STATS of the game
- 1992 World Series by Baseball Almanac
The Toronto Blue Jays represented the first Canadian franchise ever to appear in a Fall Classic (after beating the Oakland A’s in the American League playoffs) and held a benefit that had been an “Achilles heel” for the Braves in the ’91 affair, an indoor stadium.
- Toronto Blue Jays finally win a World Series for Canada – Oct 24, 1992
On October 24, 1992, the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Atlanta Braves in the sixth game of the World Series to win the championship. It was the first time a Canadian team had ever won the trophy, and it was a truly international victory—the Blue Jays’ 25-man roster included several players of Puerto Rican descent, a Jamaican, three Dominicans and no actual Canadians.