Found October 13, 2011 on Lady Loves Pinstripes:
“There’s too much drama, man,” … “There’s too much drama. I have been thinking about a lot of things. I don’t know if I want to be part of this drama for next year.” – David Ortiz That was the answer given by Boston Red Sox David Ortiz, when asked during an interview by ESPN’s [...]Read the rest of New York Yankees: Sorry Big Papi No Room In Big Apple at Lady Loves Pinstripes. />' ?>

Is Big Papi Bronx bound?

David Ortiz is a free agent and says he is considering joining the Yankees. Whether it's the truth or a negotiating ploy, it's enough reason to leave Red Sox fans concerned.

Big Papi Talks About Joining the Yankees

Via ESPN Boston: “(Joining the Yankees is) something I gotta think about,” Ortiz said. “I’ve been here on the Red Sox a long time, and I’ve seen how everything goes down between these two ballclubs.” Ortiz stopped well short of saying he wanted to play for the Yankees, but did express respect for the organization. “It’s great from what I hear,” Ortiz said...

David Ortiz Talks Yankees, Red Sox

David Ortiz recently hinted that the offseason could get even more tumultuous for the Red Sox. The designated hitter, who will be eligible for free agency after the World Series, suggested to ESPN's Colleen Dominguez that he would fit into the Yankees’ culture. "It's great from what I hear," he said. "It's a good situation to be involved in. Who doesn...

David Ortiz Depicted in Yankees Uniform in Taiwanese Animation Explaining Red Sox' Situation

Confused about all that has gone down with the Red Sox in the past week? Don't worry, because Next Media Animation is here to help! The Taiwanese company that's become famous for creating odd videos of news events (remember Tiger Woods?) tried its hand at explaining the reports and rumors that have been flying around about Boston's baseball team. In perhaps the most jarring...

Which current Orioles player would you hate to see in a Yankees or Red Sox uniform?

In an interview Wednesday with ESPN, Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, who helped the Red Sox win two championships, said that joining the archrival New York Yankees is -- gasp! -- “something I gotta think about.”

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What? David Ortiz wants less dramatic team, cites Yanks as example

It didn't involve Aaron Boone, Bill Buckner or Bucky Dent, but Wednesday may still go down as one of the worst days in Boston Red Sox history. To recap: Almost every member of the team was flamed — possibly by management — in a controversial Boston Globe article, the two-time World Series GM bolted to Chicago and longtime DH David Ortiz capped it all off by saying he&...

Big Papi and pinstripes an unlikely fit

David Ortiz in pinstripes? It's hard to imagine, isn't it? Then again, it was once impossible to imagine Wade Boggs wearing a Yankee uniform, and even more difficult to picture Johnny Damon cutting his hair and slipping on a navy cap with the interlocking NY. As unlikely as an Ortiz-Yankees marriage would appear to be, it's not entirely out of the question.

Your Morning Dump...where you shouldn't expect a roster overhaul.

If it were up to some people, none of these guys would be back. Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. Now, inevitably, calls for that cultural change will lead to calls for personnel changes. A shift in the team’s veteran leadership --...

Flotsam and JetsamMiscellaneous thoughts and observations.Only 4 players remain from the 2004 World Series Champion Red Sox team - Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield, David Ortiz and Kevin Youkilis. I think after today's hit job in the Boston Globe by Bob Hohler that it is very likely that none of those guys are back for 2012... Here's my one sentence recap of Rick Santorum'...
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