Monday, September 22, 2008

#17T Pat Borders

IMPACT FACTOR 7/10: Borders wasn't the greatest hitter but he came up money with the Blue Jays in the 1992 and 1993 postseasons, when he hit very well and played a major role in two championships.

Borders had a great career, sticking around until 2005, age 42. Yeah, he had a career OBP of just .288, but he must have done something right with pitchers.

This is an underrated rookie card.

1 comment:

Toronto Mike said...

When Pat Borders retired, Mike Timlin remained as the only active player to have played in a World Series game for the Toronto Blue Jays.