Russell Martin

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Four-Time MLB All-Star Russell Martin Lists Scottsdale Modern for $3M

In early February of this year, retired MLB catcher Russell Martin listed his desert modern in Scottsdale for $2.995 million. The property’s appeal attracted a buyer quickly; the home is currently listed in contingent status. The 4,671 sq. ft. residence sits on a .98-acre lot in Northfield Estates, and is...
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Wow House: MLB Catcher Russell Martin Selling Scottsdale Home

SCOTTSDALE, AZ — Longtime Major League Baseball catcher Russell Martin is looking for a home run offer on his Scottsdale home. Martin, who's played in more than 1,600 MLB games with the L.A. Dodgers and New York Yankees, among others, is asking for $2.995 million for his longtime Valley abode.
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Catcher Russell Martin Looks To Snag a Sale of His Sleek Scottsdale Home

The Canadian-born player purchased the property in 2010 for $850,000, and his sleek space is a home run. Originally built in 1960, but completely reimagined since, the 4,671-square-foot remodeled contemporary features seamless indoor-outdoor living, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a resortlike backyard. The interior features walls of glass, high ceilings,...
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Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #46 Russell Martin

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 the 2000 draft, but he decided to go to college instead. In 2002 the Dodgers chose him in the 17th round (Brandon McCarthy was taken with the pick just before him, they were the only two from that round to have a significant MLB career).
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Russell Martin: MK Dons boss given one-game ban for abusive language

MK Dons boss Russell Martin has been given a one-match touchline ban by the Football Association for using foul and abusive language towards an official. The Dons manager was charged with two breaches of FA Rule E3 - for foul and abusive language - after being sent off during his side's FA Cup third-round defeat on penalties at Burnley.
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