The young Juan Guzman was consistent in both years, as he won a combine 30 games.
Jack Morris won 21 games in '92, but regressed to seven the following year.
Todd Stottlemeyer was the other pitcher who started both years. He had a combined record of 23-23 as both season were basically mirror images.
Long time Jay pitchers, Jimmy Key and Dave Stieb were able to win rings with the 1992 team. Key left for the Yankees and Stieb went to the White Sox after the season. They rounded out the '92 rotation.
In '93, the Blue Jays introduced Pat Hentgen to the majors and he rewarded them with a 19-9 season. To round out the rotation in '93, Dave Stewart and his postseason experience was signed as a free agent.
Juan Guzman 16-5, 2.64
Jack Morris 21-6, 4.04
Jimmy Key 13-13, 3.53
Todd Stottlemyre 12-11, 4.50
Dave Stieb 4-6, 5.04
Juan Guzman 14-3, 3.99
Jack Morris 7-12, 6.19
Pat Hentgen 19-9, 3.87
Todd Stottlemyre 11-12, 4.84
Dave Stewart 12-8, 4.44
Jack Morris and Dave Stewart were signed as free agents.
Jimmy Key (third in 1982), Todd Stottlemyre (first in 1985), and Dave Stieb (fifth in 1978) were drafted by the Blue Jays.
Juan Guzman was obtained, via trade, from the Dodgers for Mike Sharperson.