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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

These three men are Hall of Famers. Roy Halladay's family is also here in Manhattan.

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22hDavid Schoenfield

Rivera, Martinez, Halladay, Mussina make HOF

Mariano Rivera, Edgar Martinez, Roy Halladay and Mike Mussina were voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday. Rivera became the first player ever voted unanimously into the Hall.

Halladay's career filled with masterful performances (1:03)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The baseball writers have elected a stellar class of 2019 to the Hall of Fame: the greatest closer of all time, the greatest DH of all time, the best pitcher of the 2000s and the most underrated starter of the past 25 years. Welcome to Cooperstown, Mariano Rivera, Edgar Martinez, Roy Halladay and Mike Mussina. And Rivera goes in with an exclamation point: the first unanimous selection by the BBWAA.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Martin, asked about Matt Kemp's resurgence in 2018 (in the first half, at least): "There's something about putting on that Dodger uniform that can bring out some magic in you, and hopefully I can get some of that magic this year."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Martin, 36 in February: "It's a big year for me. I need to have a good year, or else nobody's going to want to have me. It's really simple."

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12dAlden Gonzalez

Martin hoping to catch 'magic' with Dodgers

The Dodgers, who were looking for help at catcher, have acquired veteran Russell Martin from the Blue Jays in exchange for two minor leaguers.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Martin, coming to the Dodgers in a trade, is a .208 hitter in 181 games over the last two years, but has been on base 34 percent of the time. Ranked 6th among 78 catchers in pitch framing last year, based on ESPN metrics, but hasn't thrown out more than 22 percent of base-stealers the last three years.

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19dBradford Doolittle

MLB stock watch: Midwinter winners and losers

Halfway through the offseason, we look at which teams have gained ground, which have fallen back and what moves could be made to shift things further.

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Padres to pay Jays $1.5M in Richard trade

The Padres will pay Toronto $1.5 million on Aug. 15 as part of last weekend's trade that sent LHP Clayton Richard to the Jays for outfielder Connor Panas.

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Rule 5 draft: Blue Jays take Royals RHP Luciano

Right-hander Elvis Luciano was selected by the Blue Jays from the Kansas City Royals on Thursday with the ninth pick of the winter meeting draft of unprotected players.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

When he was Tampa Bay's bench coach, Charlie Montoyo organized and called the Rays' various defensive shifts. He's bringing some of them — and the "opener" — to Toronto. "I've seen it work, so we're going to use all this stuff." We'll see how much. Oh, and as a shift proponent, he's all about keeping the defensive rules the way they are. "They're big-league players. They should make an adjustment; and I think they will."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Blue Jays first-year manager Charlie Montoyo on the biggest difference he's had since taking over in Toronto: "I had a lot of friends before. I have even more now." That quip brought a lot of laughter from reporters. One of his newest friends is Jays CF Kevin Pillar, who Montoyo called just after he took the job. Pillar was on his way to Japan at the time. Said Pillar during the brief mid-air phone conversation: "I can't wait to throw champagne on your head."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Blue Jays first-year manager Charlie Montoyo on the biggest difference he's had since taking over in Toronto: "I had a lot of friends before. I have even more now." That quip brought a lot of laughter from reporters. One of his newest friends is Jays CF Kevin Pillar, who Montoyo called just after he took the job. Pillar was on his way to Japan at the time. Said Pillar during the brief mid-air phone conversation: "I can't wait to throw champagne on your head."

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.8527th
Quality Starts5830th
WHIP1.4127th
BAA.26526th
Runs70917th
Batting Average.24419th
On Base Percentage.31222nd
Slugging Percentage.4277th