Including the postseason David Ortiz has belted 445 home runs in his career. Many of them have been majestic shots that he watched and admired reminiscent of another left-handed slugger back in the day named Reggie Jackson.
David Price who became thoroughly frustrated by a 7-4 loss to the Red Sox in Game 2 of the best-of-five American League Division Series on Saturday night voiced his displeasure after the game about Ortiz watching the second of his two home runs.
But by the end of Sunday's workout Ortiz said that everything was fine between the slugger and Tampa Bay's ace pitcher.
"It's over. You know we talked" Ortiz said. "We straightened things out. I have a lot of respect for David and he does the same for me. I'm not going to make a big deal out of this. I understand his frustration. He's a good pitcher. He's a guy that wants to see results every time we go out there. Sometimes things get out of hand. When you don't see those results you feel sometimes frustrated about the...