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  • Martin, Osuna to join Stroman in WBC

    The Blue Jays will have at least three players participating in next spring's World Baseball Classic, with Russell Martin, Roberto Osuna and Marcus Stroman among the confirmed participants.

  • Blue Jays edge Sox to earn top AL Wild Card

    It took until the final game of the regular season, but the Blue Jays are going back to the postseason for the second consecutive year. Toronto officially clinched the top American League Wild Card spot with a 2-1 victory over the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon. The Blue Jays will host the Orioles in the AL Wild Card Game on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre, with the winner moving on to face Texas in the AL Division Series.

  • Blue Jays' title chase fueled by homers

    The Blue Jays bashed their way back to the American League Championship Series, tying an ALDS record with seven players going deep in the three-game sweep over the Rangers.

  • Surging in 2nd half, Jays' Martin hits key HR

    Russell Martin has been a part of the postseason for each of the past six years. If he has any say, that number will soon increase to seven.

  • Blue Jays alone in first after rallying past Rays

    The Blue Jays were on the verge of being swept out of the Sunshine State until the club rallied for two runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth to steal a victory away from the Rays. Russell Martin hit the go-ahead home run in the top of the eighth and second baseman Devon Travis picked up a key two-run single as Toronto pulled out a 5-3 victory on Sunday afternoon at Tropicana Field.

  • Jays' Martin day to day with left knee issue

    In addition to the Blue Jays being swept at Yankee Stadium, starting catcher Russell Martin also exited Wednesday's 2-0 loss in the top of the ninth inning after tweaking his left knee. He is considered day to day.

  • 1st-place Jays down O's with 1st-inning HRs

    Toronto used a three-run first inning, including homers by Jose Bautista and Russell Martin, to stay hot on the road and continue to pace the American League East.

  • Martin muscles 1st-place Jays over Angels

    Russell Martin continued his torrid hitting to pace Toronto's offense, while R.A. Dickey notched another strong outing to lead the Blue Jays over the Angels, 7-2, on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.

  • Back in the Bronx, Martin mashes for Toronto

    Russell Martin might be Canadian, but it's pretty evident that he loves playing in the Big Apple.

  • Canadian rakin': Tulo leads Jays past Astros

    The Blue Jays are known for hitting home runs. Just ask the Astros' pitching staff.


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