Former MLB All-Star Outfielder
Career Highlights: Former Toronto Blue Jays All-Star outfielder Joe Carter is most remembered for hitting a walk-off home run to win the 1993 World Series. Carter also helped the Blue Jays win their first World Series title a year earlier in 1992 when he hit two home runs. In his 16-year career, Carter hit 396 home runs and drove in 1,445 RBIs. He also drove in 100 runs in a season 10 times. Carter was the first player to record 100 RBIs for three different teams in three consecutive seasons. Carter first reached the major leagues with the Chicago Cubs in 1983 and was traded to the Cleveland Indians a year later. While with Cleveland (1984-89), he emerged as a prolific power hitter, hitting as many as 35 home runs in a season and regularly driving in 100 or more runs. In 1989 he spent one year with San Diego before being traded to Toronto. Carter spent seven years with the Blue Jays (1991-97) and during that time, in addition to the two World Series rings, he was named a five-time All-Star and a two-time Silver Slugger Award winner.