ALCS Game 2 starting lineups: Blue Jays vs. Indians

October 15th, 2016

CLEVELAND -- has been moved up to fifth in the Blue Jays' batting order for Saturday's Game 2 of the American League Championship Series (4 p.m. ET on TBS, as well as Sportsnet and RDS in Canada).

Catcher was dropped to sixth after spending most of the final two months of the regular season hitting fifth. The move comes one day after Martin went 0-for-2 with runners in scoring position during the first three innings of Game 1.

Tulowitzki entered play on Saturday with seven hits in 21 at-bats during this postseason. Martin has one hit in 20 at-bats. It's a continuation of September, when Toronto's starting catcher posted a .609 OPS compared to Tulowitzki's .704.

"We've been talking for a while; as a coach or manager you sit there, and you watch every day who's hot and who's not -- that kind of thing," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "But I also believe we've been on a nice roll, winning a lot of games on a nice little streak. I've watched it and experienced it -- when things are going good, don't mess with things. Tulo has been hot, so we'll just flip those today, since we got beat last night."

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The only other change from Game 1 was starting at second and hitting ninth in place of the injured , who left Game 1 in the fifth because of a right knee injury.

The Indians meanwhile made a few switches, beginning at the top with , who came off the bench in Game 1, leading off and playing center in Game 2. , who started in center in the opener, sat in favor of right-handed-hitting , who started in left field, with southpaw getting the start for Toronto.

Blue Jays

, LF

, 3B

, 1B

, RF

Troy Tulowitzki, SS

Russell Martin, C

, DH

, CF

Darwin Barney, 2B

J.A. Happ, P


Rajai Davis, CF

, 2B

, SS

, 1B

, DH

Jose Ramirez, 3B

Brandon Guyer, LF

, RF

, C

, P