On This Date 10/24/1992

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The Toronto Blue Jays win the first international World Series, beating the Atlanta Braves in six games. In the Game 6 finale at Fulton County Stadium, Toronto won 4-3 in 11 innings thanks to Dave Winfield’s two-run double. Besides being the first team from Canada to play in the World Series, the Blue Jays were the first team managed by an African American (Cito Gaston) to play in the World Series as Pat Borders was named World Series MVP.