Alomar trade reshaped baseball landscape
He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2011 following a career that featured 12 All-Star Game selections and 10 Gold Glove Awards.
Gillick, who went on to build winning teams in Baltimore, Seattle and Philadelphia after his tenure with the Blue Jays, was also elected to the Hall of Fame in 2011.
Craig Muder is the director of communications with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Future Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar signs free agent contract with Baltimore Orioles
On Dec. 21, 1995, Roberto Alomar signed a three-year free agent contract with the Baltimore Orioles.
Roberto Alomar recalls his Game 4 1992 ALCS home run
Roberto Alomar looks back on one of the most important home runs in Toronto Blue Jays history.
Winfield's presence pushes Blue Jays to top
Dave Winfield joined the Blue Jays on Dec. 19, 1991, setting in motion a season that would end with Toronto winning the World Series title.
Blyleven reaches rare mark with 250th win
Bert Blyleven recorded his 250th career victory on June 19, 1988.