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 Posted: Sat Apr 15th, 2017 01:41 am
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Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez believes it's time to sound the alarm north of the border.

The Toronto Blue Jays lost their sixth straight game on Thursday, a 2-1 defeat to the visiting Baltimore Orioles. Toronto is currently in the midst of its worst start in franchise history, and Martinez isn't liking what he's seeing from the club.

The Jays should panic a bit, I am not seeing the same atmosphere in the team that I saw two years ago. Not sure what is going on.

— Pedro Martinez (@45PedroMartinez) April 14, 2017
Toronto reached the American League Championship Series in each of the last two seasons, but currently ranks last in the majors in runs scored, average, on-base percentage, and slugging.

While the offense has been sputtering, the club has remained optimistic that the bats will wake up, and players have tried to remain positive during the historically poor start.

"It's still early," Stroman said Wednesday. "It's the first week of the season. Zero reason to panic."