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Where The World Series-Winning Blue Jays Are Now

10/16/2015 02:52 EDT | Updated 10/16/2015 02:59 EDT
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With all the Blue Jays hype going on right now — including their participation in the greatest inning of baseball in modern sports history — it's hard not to get flashbacks of the team's heyday, a.k.a. '92 and '93.

Those two World Series-winning years marked a time when the names of the Jays' roster were on every Canadians' lips, and one had only to utter the words, "Touch 'em all, Joe!" in order to get full-fledged grown-ups to re-enact Joe Carter's epic game six home run against the Philadelphia Phillies.

So with all the excitement building about the Jays and their potential to make it to the World Series again this year — not to mention all the former players cheering them on from the sidelines — we thought it was high time to take a look at where the most memorable players of the World Series Blue Jays are now.

  • Joe Carter - 1992 and 1993
    Follow him: @joecarter_29
    Position and number: #29, right fielder
    Age: 55
    Where he is now: Chairs the Joe Carter Classic, a charity golf tournament for golfers and celebrities, with proceeds going toward the education and development of Canadian youth
  • Rickey Henderson - 1993
    Position and number: #14 and #24, left fielder
    Age: 56
    Where he is now: Often working as a roving instructor with the Oakland A's
  • Roberto Alomar - 1992 and 1993
    Follow him:@RobbieAlomar; @robbiealomar
    Position and number: #12, second baseman
    Age: 47
    Where he is now: Lives in Toronto, got married at the AGO in 2012 (on 12-12-12!) and works as a spokesperson for various companies, as well as Jays Care
  • Todd Stottlemyre - 1992 and 1993
    Follow him:@ToddStottlemyre
    Position and number: #30, pitcher
    Age: 50
    Where he is now: Motivational speaker and entrepreneur with Team World Class
  • Tom Henke - 1992
    Position and number: #50, pitcher
    Age: 57
    Where he is now: Jefferson City, Missouri, running an annual charity golf tournament and being a grandfather
  • Carlos Delgado - 1993
    Follow him:@carlosdelgado21; @carlos_delgado_oficial
    Position and number: #6, first baseman
    Age: 43
    Where he is now: Most recently, he and Roberto Alomar helped coach Puerto Rico's men's baseball team at the Pan American Games in Toronto
  • Dave Stieb - 1992
    Position and number: #37, pitcher
    Age: 58
    Where he is now: Still works with Blue Jays training camps; also a contractor in Reno, Nevada.
  • Cito Gaston - 1992 and 1993
    Position: Manager
    Age: 71
    Where he is now: Professional speaker, as well as baseball adviser (often to the Jays)
  • Dave Winfield - 1992
    Follow him:@DaveWinfieldHOF
    Position and number: #32, right fielder
    Age: 64
    Where he is now: Runs the David M. Winfield Foundation for underprivileged youth and families in need, as well as speaks publicly and writes books and articles
  • David Cone - 1992
    Follow him:@dcone36; @coney3636
    Position and number: #11, pitcher
    Age: 52
    Where he is now: Currently a commentator and New York Yankees analyst with YES Network
  • Devon White - 1992 and 1993
    Follow him:@goldglovedevo
    Position and number: #25, center fielder
    Age: 52
    Where he is now: Working with Jays Care and young ballplayers across the country
  • Duane Ward - 1992 and 1993
    Position and number: #31
    Age: 51
    Where he is now: Often found on Sportsnet 590 The Fan commentating on Jays' games.
  • Ed Sprague - 1992 and 1993
    Follow him:@EdSprague
    Position and number: #33, third baseman
    Age: 48
    Where he is now: Head coach of the Pacific Tigers college baseball team in Stockton, California until this year
  • Jimmy Key - 1992
    Position and number: #22, pitcher
    Age: 54
    Where he is now: He's become an amateur golfer in Florida
  • John Olerud - 1992 and 1993
    Position and number: #9, first baseman
    Age: 47
    Where he is now: Clyde Hill, Washington, where he famously had a neighbour cut down two trees to better his view
  • Juan Guzmán - 1992 and 1993
    Position and number: #66, pitcher
    Age: 48
    Where he is now: Spends time with family and works with former teammate Tony Fernández on his foundation in Florida and the Dominican Republic
  • Kelly Gruber - 1992
    Position and number: #17, third baseman
    Age: 53
    Where he is now: Running Gruber Baseball Camps and participating in fundraising events across North America
  • Mike Timlin - 1992 and 1993
    Follow him:@themiketimlin
    Position and number: #40, pitcher
    Age: 49
    Where he is now: Retired from baseball in 2009, and now lives in Colorado, often working with fundraising.
  • Pat Borders - 1992 and 1993
    Position and number: #10, catcher
    Age: 52
    Where he is now: Manager of the Williamsport Crosscutters, the Philadelphia Phillies’ short-season single A affiliate
  • Paul Molitor - 1993
    Position and number: #19, designated hitter
    Age: 59
    Where he is now: Manager for the Minnesota Twins
  • Pat Hentgen - 1992 and 1993
    Position and number: #41, pitcher
    Age: 46
    Where he is now: Currently special assistant to the Blue Jays, after working as the bullpen coach on and off since 2011
  • Tony Fernández - 1993
    Position and number: #1, shortstop
    Age: 53
    Where he is now: Running the Tony Fernandez Foundation, to help children "to be productive citizens of the world." He is also an ordained minister.

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