(For those of you who have no idea who Bill the Cat is please search for Bloom County.)
Jim Acker was originally drafted by the Braves as a First Round pick in 1980 out of the University of Texas. He was selected by Toronto in the 1982 Rule 5 draft. I'm speculating that Bobby Cox may have had something to do with that since Cox went to the Blue Jays as manager in 1982.
Jim was traded to the Braves in mid-season 1986 for pitcher Joe Johnson. He spent parts of 4 seasons with the Braves and had a decent 3.71 ERA; however, in a reflection of how bad the Braves were in the late 1980's, he had a 7 and 27 record. He started 15 games for Atlanta but was mainly a relief pitcher and led the team in Saves in 1987 with 14.
In a fortuitous move, Atlanta sent him back to Toronto during the 1989 season. The Braves got reliever Tony Castilla and some catcher named Francisco Cabrera. If you don't know about Cabrera watch this.
I always thought of Jim as a decent pitcher on those bad teams.