Russell Martin

Los Angeles Dodgers #55 - Catcher

  • Born: 02/15/83
  • Age: 38
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 205
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

This Day in Yankees History: Andy Pettitte retires ... the first time


In addition to the start of Pettitte’s sabbatical, an all-time skipper earns a one-way trip to the Hall and the Yankees make a couple of swaps.

Thoughts on the George Springer signing


Are the Jays buying Shawn Green or Carlos Beltran?

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #46 Russell Martin


Russell Nathan Coltrane Martin | C | 2015-2018 Russell Martin was born February 15, 1983, in East York, Ontario, and spent much of his youth in Montreal. The Expos drafted him in the 35th round of...

State of the Position: Catchers in 2021


Heath surveys MLB catchers with a fantasy baseball slant.

Reevaluating Shapiro/Atkins after five years: trades


Two years ago, I looked at the performance of the Shapiro/Atkins front office after three years in charge, a time when the Blue Jays were at the trough of a rebuild and they bore the weight of the...

2021 MLB Draft Scouting Report: Ian Moller

Arguably the best prep catcher in the draft, and a bat to go with it...

Today in Blue Jays History: The Donaldson Trade


Six years ago The Jays made a trade for Josh Donaldson. Scott wrote: If you’re reading this then you most certainly know about the trade that became official a short time ago between the Toronto...

Aggressive Jays could close gap with Yankees this winter


A roster loaded with young talent just needs a piece or two to really challenge the Yankees

Today in Blue Jays history: George Bell wins MVP


Martin signs with Jays, Davis and Scutaro come in trades.

2020 review: Mitch White

Dodgers pitcher Mitch White made his major league debut in 2020, though without fans in the stands.

Mookie Betts wins another Silver Slugger Award

Mookie Betts of the Dodgers won his fourth career Silver Slugger Award, recognized as one of the best three offensive outfielders in the National League.

Starting Nine: Hitting free-agent market to fill Braves’ biggest needs


If current options move on, where could Atlanta turn for a middle-of-the-order bat, starting pitcher and catcher?