Joe was drafted in the first round, 2nd overall, by the Chicago Cubs in 1981.
Joe throws and bats right-handed.
Joe attended Millwood High School in Oklahoma City.
Joe is 6'3".
Joe wore #29.
Joe is one of a few baseball players to hit two 3 run homeruns in a game, doing it in 1989.
Carter served as the color commentator for the Chicago Cubs on WGN-TV from 2001-2002.
Joe went to 5 all-star games.
Joe was inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame.
Joe retired in 1998 with the San Francisco Giants.
Joe won his second World Series in 1993 by hitting the game-winning 9th inning homerun against the Phillies.
Joe is the second player to ever hit a home-run to win a World Series with his team trailing.
Joe made the final out in the 1992 World Series to win the championship.
In 1991, Joe hit the game winning single to clinch the AL East for the Toronto Blue Jays.
In 1990, the San Diego Padres traded Joe to the Toronto Blue Jays along with Roberto Alomar for Fred McGriff and Tony Fernandez.
Joe reached the majors in 1983 with the Chicago Cubs.
Joe left university in his junior year.
Joe attended Wichita State University.
Joe: You have to start by changing the attitude, and I think the club has done that. Look at the Red Sox. They snapped their curse two years ago. It can be done. This city is ready for a major winner. I think the time is now.
Joe: We're going to be a different team this season. I want my son to get a taste of what winning can do for a city. I remember 1980, when we won the World Series. The whole city was excited, and it was a great, great thing to see.