Watch: Donaldson scores winning run on Odor's error

Watch: Donaldson scores winning run on Odor's error

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The Toronto Blue Jays exacted revenge on Rougned Odor in the best way possible - at his own expense.

Five months after the Rangers' controversial second baseman punched Jose Bautista in the face - and several innings after his key two-run shot kept his team afloat in Sunday's Game 3 - Odor threw away a potential inning-ending double play as Josh Donaldson hustled home to score the winning walk-off run and send the Blue Jays to their second straight ALCS.

Odor was charged with an error on the play, which began when Russell Martin hit a grounder to Elvis Andrus with two runners on and one out in the bottom of the 10th, and the game tied 6-6. Andrus fielded the ball, went to second for the force, and Odor's throw went wide of first baseman Mitch Moreland.

Donaldson, who led off the inning with a double to the gap, raced around from second to score after Moreland's throw was late. Rangers manager Jeff Banister challenged the play but the call was upheld after video replay.

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