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Dave Stewart and Rickey Henderson celebrate in the Blue Jays locker room after winning Game 6 over the Phillies to claim the 1993 World Series. (John Iacono/SI) 

Dave Stewart and Rickey Henderson celebrate in the Blue Jays locker room after winning Game 6 over the Phillies to claim the 1993 World Series. (John Iacono/SI) 

Nick Markakis avoids the tag of catcher Jeff Mathis as he slides safely into home during Tuesday’s Orioles-Blue Jays game. Baltimore pounded Toronto, 12-0, and are now in a tie with the Yankees atop the AL East. (Brad White/Getty Images)

JAFFE: Orioles catch Yankees in crowded AL East but doubts linger
GALLERY: Classic Photos of the Baltimore Orioles

Nick Markakis avoids the tag of catcher Jeff Mathis as he slides safely into home during Tuesday’s Orioles-Blue Jays game. Baltimore pounded Toronto, 12-0, and are now in a tie with the Yankees atop the AL East. (Brad White/Getty Images)
JAFFE: Orioles catch Yankees in crowded AL East but doubts lingerGALLERY: Classic Photos of the Baltimore Orioles

Darnell McDonald makes a leaping catch at the wall to rob Kelly Johnson of a home run during Wednesday’s Red Sox-Blue Jays game. After a rough start to the season, Boston is now 40-35 and third place in the AL East. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)

POWER RANKINGS: See where Boston and Toronto rank

Darnell McDonald makes a leaping catch at the wall to rob Kelly Johnson of a home run during Wednesday’s Red Sox-Blue Jays game. After a rough start to the season, Boston is now 40-35 and third place in the AL East. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)
POWER RANKINGS: See where Boston and Toronto rank

Is Omar Vizquel worthy of the Hall of Fame? The 45-year-old Blue Jays shortstop announced that he’ll retire at the end of the season after winning 11 Gold Gloves and three all-star teams. SI’s Jay Jaffe says no because his bat just wasn’t up to par. What do you think? (Chuck Solomon/SI)

JAFFE: Why Omar Vizquel is not a Hall of Famer

Is Omar Vizquel worthy of the Hall of Fame? The 45-year-old Blue Jays shortstop announced that he’ll retire at the end of the season after winning 11 Gold Gloves and three all-star teams. SI’s Jay Jaffe says no because his bat just wasn’t up to par. What do you think? (Chuck Solomon/SI)
JAFFE: Why Omar Vizquel is not a Hall of Famer

Before winning two championships with the Boston Celtics, Danny Ainge played parts of three seasons with the Blue Jays from 1979-81, hitting two home runs and 37 RBIs.  He also made one of the most famous shots in NCAA Tournament history, driving for a coast-to-coast layup to give his BYU squad a victory over Notre Dame. (Rich Pilling/Getty Images)

SI VAULT: Ainge rules baseball out. Are the Celtics next? (10.12.81)

Before winning two championships with the Boston Celtics, Danny Ainge played parts of three seasons with the Blue Jays from 1979-81, hitting two home runs and 37 RBIs.  He also made one of the most famous shots in NCAA Tournament history, driving for a coast-to-coast layup to give his BYU squad a victory over Notre Dame. (Rich Pilling/Getty Images)
SI VAULT: Ainge rules baseball out. Are the Celtics next? (10.12.81)

Detroit outfielder Kirk Gibson bowls over Kansas City catcher Pat Borders during a 1995 Royals-Tigers game. Gibson’s former team advanced to the ALDS last night by beating the Yankees. Gibson is currently managing the Diamondbacks, who will take on Milwaukee tonight with the winner advancing to the NLCS. (Chuck Solomon/SI)

GALLERY: Classic Photos of the Detroit Tigers
VERDUCCI:
The surprises of the 2011 postseason and more notes
CORCORAN: Previewing Arizona-Milwaukee, St. Louis-Philadelphia
GALLERY: Memorable LDS moments | Experts Picks | Schedule

Detroit outfielder Kirk Gibson bowls over Kansas City catcher Pat Borders during a 1995 Royals-Tigers game. Gibson’s former team advanced to the ALDS last night by beating the Yankees. Gibson is currently managing the Diamondbacks, who will take on Milwaukee tonight with the winner advancing to the NLCS. (Chuck Solomon/SI)
GALLERY: Classic Photos of the Detroit TigersVERDUCCI: The surprises of the 2011 postseason and more notesCORCORAN: Previewing Arizona-Milwaukee, St. Louis-PhiladelphiaGALLERY: Memorable LDS moments | Experts Picks | Schedule