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David Ortiz

David Ortiz
David Ortiz is the designated hitter for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Prior to joining the Red Sox in 2003, Ortiz played for the Minnesota Twins and Seattle Mariners. Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Ortiz began his Major League Baseball career in 1992, and has since won two World Series, played in 4 All-Star games, and tops the majors with 177 homers and 541 RBI since 2004. In 2007, Ortiz released his autobiography, "Big Papi: My Story of Big Dreams and Big Hits," which reached the New York Times Bestseller list. He is the spokesman for Reebok, Sharp, Vitamin Water, and XM Satellite Radio. Ortiz and his wife, Jessica, have three children, and currently reside in Weston, Mass. (Photo... Show more »
David Ortiz is the designated hitter for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Prior to joining the Red Sox in 2003, Ortiz played for the Minnesota Twins and Seattle Mariners. Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Ortiz began his Major League Baseball career in 1992, and has since won two World Series, played in 4 All-Star games, and tops the majors with 177 homers and 541 RBI since 2004. In 2007, Ortiz released his autobiography, "Big Papi: My Story of Big Dreams and Big Hits," which reached the New York Times Bestseller list. He is the spokesman for Reebok, Sharp, Vitamin Water, and XM Satellite Radio. Ortiz and his wife, Jessica, have three children, and currently reside in Weston, Mass. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • As baseball's Hot Stove League burns, are Dodgers fiddling around?

    The Boston Red Sox got Hanley Ramirez, and Pablo Sandoval too. The Dodgers got Juan Nicasio. He is a pitcher, given away by the Colorado Rockies, the team most desperate for pitching in all of baseball. It was that kind of Monday in Los Angeles, on...
  • Boston's signings of Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval could impact Orioles' offseason

    Boston's signings of Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval could impact Orioles' offseason
    It’s November, and the Boston Red Sox were bad last year, so why wouldn’t they spend all of the money on free agents in order to rectify it? In the span of a a few hours last night and this morning, Boston reportedly agreed to terms with...
  • Are the free-spending Red Sox the new Yankees?

    The Boston Red Sox went on a bit of a spending spree Monday, signing two of the two biggest bats in this Major League Baseball offseason: Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval. Ramirez, the former Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop, was given a four-year, $88...
  • Medias Rojas y Marineros refuerzan ofensivas

     Medias Rojas y Marineros refuerzan ofensivas
    El mercado de agentes libres y de cambios de las Grandes Ligas apenas está calentando, pero varios equipos de forma agresiva han comenzado a realizar movimientos con miras a la próxima temporada. Los Medias Rojas de Boston, que se convirtieron en el...
  • José Altuve hace historia y los líderes ofensivos en las Grandes Ligas

    José Altuve hace historia y los líderes ofensivos en las Grandes Ligas
    El segunda base venezolano de Houston, José Altuve, con un promedio de .341, se convertió en el primer jugador de los Astros/Colt 45 en lograr la hazaña. Desde la temporada inaugural de la franquicia de Houston en 1962, un total de 16 astros han...
  • Los Yankees, Medias Rojas y Orioles jugarán en Miami en 2015

    Los Yankees, Medias Rojas y Orioles jugarán en Miami en 2015
    MIAMI – Los legendarios Yankees de Nueva York, con Mark Teixeira, CC Sabathia y quizá Alex Rodríguez; y los Medias Rojas de Boston, con David Ortiz y Dustin Pedroia, entre otros, visitarán a los Marlins de Miami durante la temporada regular de las...
  • Royals' South Korean fan is thrilled to be at World Series

    Royals' South Korean fan is thrilled to be at World Series
    The new generation of Kansas City Royals fans might swoon at Alex Gordon, or Lorenzo Cain, or Mike Moustakas. The guy who flew 14 hours to get here from South Korea is a diehard fan. So, as SungWoo Lee bounced behind the batting cage before Game 1 of...
  • Orioles have every reason to bring back Nelson Cruz, but they might not be able to

    Orioles have every reason to bring back Nelson Cruz, but they might not be able to
    Here's a happy thought while everyone tries to look into the future and figure out how the Orioles roster will look when spring training begins in February: Next year's starting lineup is going to look a lot like what this year's starting lineup...
  • Frank Thomas on deck for World Series coverage

    Frank Thomas on deck for World Series coverage
    Baseball came easily to Frank Thomas as he was on the fast track, barely spending a season in the minors before launching his Hall of Fame career with the White Sox in 1990. Broadcasting? Now that’s a different story. Thomas admits he still is a...
  • Corks, lineup cards, oddball items -- Orioles fans want it all

    Corks, lineup cards, oddball items -- Orioles fans want it all
    For some fans, it's not enough in this memorable, extended Orioles' season to merely watch the games. They yearn to preserve the all-too-fleeting moments — to touch them — by buying pieces of the season. They want to own the one-of-a-kind...
  • Inexperienced Orioles ready to cash in on Nelson Cruz's postseason success

    Inexperienced Orioles ready to cash in on Nelson Cruz's postseason success
    When the Orioles signed Nelson Cruz to a club-friendly one-year, $8 million deal in February, executive vice president Dan Duquette was quick to point out Cruz's postseason accomplishments. And while the Orioles have reaped a huge payoff from their...