David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez were arguably the best one-two punch in baseball during their prime years with the Boston Red Sox. No one will doubt their talent at the plate, but their ability to hit a golf ball is a different story. Besides, why would two guys with more than 450 home runs each need to hit a golf ball?
At Big Papi’s annual David Ortiz Celebrity Golf Classic,...
The holiday season finally is upon us, and this year, the Boston Red Sox have a special way for you to surprise family and friends with gifts they won’t forget.
The Red Sox Foundation is offering several amazing gifts as part of its online Holiday Auction, ranging from once-in-a-lifetime experiences at Fenway Park to exclusive signed Red Sox memorabilia...
David Ortiz discovered the real reason why Jon Lester chose the Chicago Cubs over the Boston Red Sox during his free agency this offseason.
Well, not really.
The Boston Red Sox slugger sent a tweet to Lester after the southpaw’s introductory news conference Monday, where he chose a new number. Lester went with No. 34, which Ortiz has worn during all...
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David Ortiz would like to surround himself with as many good players as possible. Can you blame him?
Ortiz continued his public plea for the Red Sox to re-sign Jon Lester during a radio interview with WEEI on Friday. Big Papi also slapped his stamp of approval on the Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval signings while expressing...
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All David Ortiz wants for Christmas is Jon Lester back in a Boston Red Sox uniform.
The Red Sox remain in the thick of the Lester sweepstakes but face some serious competition for the left-hander’s services. Ortiz lobbied Thursday for Boston to open up the checkbook, though. Big Papi wants a reunion.
David Ortiz filed a lawsuit against a jeweler he alleges sold him fake or low-quality diamonds and failed to give him a refund. The Boston Globe reports on the matter and says the jeweler — Randy Hamida (or Hamideh) of Anaheim, Calif., — met Ortiz at the Boston Red Sox’s team hotel in Seattle in...Read More
(FenwayNation Photo)Red Sox DH David Ortiz is suing an Anaheim, California-based jeweler for allegedly selling him "fake or low-quality" jewelry. The estimated cost of the items was $127,000. The jeweler—Randy Hamida—allegedly refused to refund money to Ortiz after appraisals showed the items to be of inferior quality. Ortiz's lawyer told The Boston Globe (AKA John Henry's Journalistic...
The Boston Red Sox might not have made a return trip to the World Series... Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Your browser does not support iframes. In baseball today, shifting infielders based on tendencies of the batter has become common place. Sometime it’s more exaggerated than others and certain players see them routinely, like David Ortiz. Earlier this season, Ortiz hit a fly ball into a shift employed by the Texas Rangers that brought to […]
Your browser does not support iframes. David Ortiz is a king of the long ball and master of the bat flip. The Boston Red Sox DH crushed a 3-run home run in the top of the third inning of Sunday’s game with the Tampa Bay Rays, and he pimped it hard core. Ortiz took the […]