The former pitcher in the major leagues David Wells does not hide to express his disgust vis-à-vis his second stay with the Toronto Blue Jays in 1999 and 2000.
Responding to followers on social networks, on Friday last, the one who won the world Series with the Jays in 1992 was unequivocal when an individual was questioned on what was the worst day of his career baseballeur.
“Being traded to Toronto in 1999”, he wrote on his Twitter account.
Wells was disillusioned on February 18, 1999, when the New York Yankees have sent in the Queen City in the company of Graeme Lloyd and Homer Bush, the return of Roger Clemens. The previous season, he had managed a perfect match and helped the Bombers in the Bronx to win the first three titles of the world Series in a row.
Despite its disarray, the left-hander has achieved success in Toronto, scoring 20 wins in 2000. He has taken the path of the Chicago White Sox on January 14, 2001.