These are the results of who is all-time greatest Blue Jay .  I am disappointed because I think Joe Carter is considerably overrated.  He is a good guy though, I think he’s a Chrisitan.

1) Who is the all-time greatest player in Blue Jays history?

28.7% Joe Carter (1991-1997):

Walk-off home run won 1993 World Series.

23.0% Roy Halladay (1998-present):

Control artist has a .667 winning percentage.

12.1% Carlos Delgado (1993-2004):

Hit 40 or more home runs three times with Blue Jays.

11.6% Roberto Alomar (1991-1995):

Hit .480 in 1993 World Series win over Philadelphia.

9.3% Dave Stieb (1979-1992, 1998):

Underrated ace was perennially victimized by poor run support.

7.7% George Bell (1981-1990):

Won 1987 MVP with 47-HR, .605 SLG performance.

4.8% John Olerud (1989-1996):

OBP machine hit .363 in 1993.

1.6% Tony Fernandez (1983-1990, 1993, 1998-1999):

Late-career surge with Jays outdid his original stint.

1.1% Tom Henke (1985-1992):

Struck out 100 or more batters three times in closer role.

0.3% Lloyd Moseby (1980-1989):

Polished outfielder combined speed, power and defense.

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