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The 1993 American League Championship Series was played between the Eastern Division champion Toronto Blue Jays and the Western Division champion Chicago White Sox from October 5 to October 12. The defending world champion Blue Jays defeated the White Sox, 4-2, to advance to the 1993 World Series which they would win 4-2 over the Philadelphia Phillies thanks to Joe Carter's dramatic three-run walk-off home run in Game 6. The 1993 ALCS was the last played under the AL's two-division format before the league realigned into three divisions the following year.

Managers: Cito Gaston (Toronto), Gene Lamont (Chicago)

Umpires: Jim Evans, Greg Kosc, John Shulock, Ted Hendry, Tim Tschida, Ken Kaiser

Series MVP: Dave Stewart, Toronto

Television: CBS (Greg Gumbel and Jim Kaat announcing)

SummaryEdit

The Blue Jays finished the 1993 regular season with a 95-67 record (.586), good enough to win them their third consecutive Eastern division title. They clinched the division championship on September 27 in a 2-0 win against the Milwaukee Brewers in Milwaukee. The White Sox ended 1993 with a 94-68 record (.580) to claim the Western division crown. They too clinched the Western Division on September 27; the final score was 4-2 against the Seattle Mariners in Chicago. Both teams won their respective divisions by large margins: Toronto had a seven-game lead over the New York Yankees, and Chicago beat out the Texas Rangers by eight games.

MatchupsEdit

Game Date Visitor Score Home Score Record

(TOR-CHW)

Attendance Location
1 October 5 Toronto 7 Chicago 3 1-0 46,246 Comiskey Park
2 October 6 Toronto 3 Chicago 1 2-0 46,101 Comiskey Park
3 October 8 Chicago 6 Toronto 1 2-1 51,783 SkyDome
4 October 9 Chicago 7 Toronto 4 2-2 51,889 SkyDome
5 October 10 Chicago 3 Toronto 5 3-2 51,375 SkyDome
6 October 12 Toronto 6 Chicago 3 4-2 45,527 Comiskey Park
TOR won 4, CHW won 2.

Blue Jays win the American League Championship
and advance to the 1993 World Series

Game SummariesEdit

Game OneEdit

October 5, Comiskey Park

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 000 230 200 7171
Chicago 000 300 00X 361
W: Juan Guzman (1-0)  L: Jack McDowell (0-1)  
HRs: TORPaul Molitor (1)

Game TwoEdit

October 6, Comiskey Park

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 100 200 000 380
Chicago 100 000 000 172
W: Dave Stewart (1-0)  L: Alex Fernandez (0-1)  SV: Duane Ward (1)
HRs: None

Game ThreeEdit

October 8, SkyDome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Chicago 005 100 000 6120
Toronto 001 000 000 171
W: Wilson Alvarez (1-0)  L: Pat Hentgen (0-1)  
HRs: None

Game FourEdit

October 9, SkyDome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Chicago 020 003 101 7110
Toronto 003 001 000 490
W: Tim Belcher (1-0)  L: Todd Stottlemyre (0-1)  SV: Roberto Hernandez (1)
HRs: CHIFrank Thomas (1), Lance Johnson (1)

Game FiveEdit

October 10, SkyDome

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Chicago 000 010 002 351
Toronto 111 100 10X 5140
W: Juan Guzman (2-0)  L: Jack McDowell (0-2)  
HRs: CHIEllis Burks (1), Robin Ventura (1)

Game SixEdit

October 12, Comiskey Park

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Toronto 020 100 003 6100
Chicago 002 000 001 353
W: Dave Stewart (2-0)  L: Alex Fernandez (0-2)  SV: Duane Ward (2)
HRs: TORDevon White (1); CHIWarren Newson (1)

Quotes of the SeriesEdit

Joe Carter is under it...he's GOT IT and the Blue Jays are headed back to the World Series! They have beaten the Chicago White Sox in Game 6 of the 1993 ALCS! - Tom Cheek calling the final out of the series.

External linksEdit

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