In 1977, Toronto's first game at Exhibition Stadium Doug Ault hit 2
homers sparkling the team to victory.
n 1978, Roy Howell was selected as the Blue Jays' lone representative
in the annual all-star Game.
In 1979, Stieb was known for his pitching, the versatile Bob Bailor
could play any position. Also in that year, Roy Hartsfield, who had managed
the Jays for their first three seasons, was fired after the campaign.
In 1980, under new manager Bobby Mattick, the Jays finished with their
best record to date, 67-95.
In 1984, Center fielder Lloyd Moseby led Toronto in RBI and base-on-balls.