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Blue Jays All Time Stolen Base Records

Thursday, May 2, 2013 9:35 AM

On May 1, 1991, Rickey Henderson stole his 939th base, breaking the MLB record for most stolen bases all time. Here are the top 10 totals for a Toronto Blue Jays' player.

10. 85: Jose Cruz played 690 games in a Blue Jays uniform, stealing 85 bases and getting caught only 21 times.

9. 90: While he wasn’t necessarily known for his speed, Vernon Wells stole 90 bases while wearing Blue Jays blue during 1,390 games.

8. 101: During Otis Nixon’s 228 game career with the Blue Jays, he successfully stole just over 100 bases, getting caught only 23 times.

7. 112: Current White Sox outfielder Alex Rios stole 112 bases with his former team.

6. 126: In 653 games with the Blue Jays, Devon White stole 126 bases. He had a success rate of 85 percent during his time with the Jays.

5. 166: Known for his speed, Shannon Stewart stole 166 bases during his career with the Blue Jays.

4. 172: Playing his entire career with the Blue Jays, Tony Fernandez stole 172 total bases.

3. 194: Damaso Garcia stole 194 bases with the Blue Jays in 280 opportunities.

2. 206: Roberto Alomar held an 82 percent stolen base success rate, collecting 206 stolen bases.

1. 255: Including stealing second base twice in one game, career Blue Jay Lloyd Moseby has the all-time stolen base record for the Blue Jays with 255 bases.

Which Blue Jays player do you think will beat any of these stolen base records? Comment below.

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