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One of the finest players to ever put on a Toronto Blue Jays uniform, Dave Stieb was also one of the best pitchers in the 80’s. Drafted by the Jays in 1979, he played for them until 1992. Although he spent the next season with the White Sox, he retired and then returned with the Jays in 1998 for a season. He is the only Blue Jay to pitch a no-hitter, holds the Blue Jay record for All-Star appearances (7), and holds Blue Jay pitching records for wins (176), games started, shutouts, strikeouts and other numerous marks. He was on the Blue Jay’s World Series-winning team in 1992 and is a member of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.