Toronto Blue Jays 1992 American League Champions Pin and Ribbons.

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Toronto Blue Jays 1992 American League Champions Pin and Ribbons.


Images On Pin, Circulating Outside Of Pin, Stars, Center Top, Silhouette Of Two Bats Crossing, Above Both Bats a Baseball, Center Left Side, Blue Jays Logo, Center Right Side, World Series Logo, Below Center Reads, 1992 American League Champions, Bottom Of Pin, Attached are Two Ribbons, White and Blue, Placed On Top Of Both Ribbons Center, Two Bats Crossing, Above Both Bats a Baseball.


The 1992 American League Championship Series was played between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Oakland Athletics from October 7 to 14, 1992. The Blue Jays won the series four games to two to advance to their first World Series and became the first team outside the United States to win a pennant. The series was a rematch of the 1989 ALCS, which Oakland won in five games.

Blue Jay's second baseman Roberto Alamar was named Most Valuable Player of the series. In six games, Alomar rapped 11 hits in 26 at-bats for a .423 batting average, including a double and two home runs.

The Blue Jays would go on to defeat the Atlanta Braves in the World Series in six games to win their first World Series championship in franchise history.

Item Code - CON18G12ADY

Button - Width: 3"  Height: 3"  Depth: 3/16"

In Package - Width: 4 3/4"  Height: 7 3/4"  Depth: 3/16"  Weight: 29 g

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