Controversy, two bench clears to go along with an ejection made for an exciting Blue Jays vs Texas Rangers game five on Wednesday afternoon.

The controversy came in the 7th inning when Canadian catcher Russel Martin's throw back to the mound, which appeared to hit batter Shin-Soo Choo allowed Odor to score the tie-breaking run.  

According to the MLB Rule Book, the ball is alive due to the unintentional interference of a player present. Basically, an error by Martin as ruled by the Umpires.

And, despite being left off the roster, veteran pitcher Mark Buerhle was ejected from the game during one of the two bench clears. He however returned to celebrate the win with his team.

That didn't seem to matter though; The Blue Jays became the third team since 1995 to come back from an 0-2 deficit. The 2001 New York Yankees did it against the Oakland Athletics, and the 2012 San Fransisco Giants against the Cincinnati Reds are the the other two teams.

Jose Bautista hit a home run on two hits while adding for RBI. Edwin Encarnacion also hit a home run in the game on one of his two hits propelling the Jays to a 6-3 win over the Rangers.

Marcus Stroman, in his second career post-season game allowed two runs off six hits and a walk while striking out four over six innings.

Cole Hamels pitched six and a third innings for the Rangers, allowing five runs off four hits.

With the victory the Blue Jays advance to the American League Championship Series where they will face the Royals. That series is scheduled to begin on Friday in Kansas City.