David Ortiz has been known as “Big Papi” going all the way back to 2003 when he joined the Boston Red Sox following his release by the Minnesota Twins.
The options seemingly are endless for David Ortiz as he considers myriad post-retirement options.
The Ugly Christmas Sweater craze has been a fixture during the holidays for years now with no end in sight.
The Boston Red Sox and Major League Baseball recently bid farewell to David Ortiz after a stellar career, although some wondered why the slugger was calling it quits after such a phenomenal season.
In a tribute that would make Homer Simpson drool uncontrollably, Dunkin Donuts unveiled a large David Ortiz mosaic constructed entirely out of 10,000 donuts.
David Ortiz of course is set to retire whenever the Boston Red Sox’s season eventually comes to a close.
David Ortiz will retire at season’s end and what better way to celebrate the Boston Red Sox slugger’s Hall of Fame-caliber career than filling a room with the soothing aromas from a Big P
David Ortiz’s final MLB season has seen its fair share of tributes to celebrate the slugger’s fantastic career.
The Boston Red Sox were scheduled to hold a David Ortiz bobblehead giveaway on Tuesday night.
David Ortiz addressed for the first time since he announced he would retire following the conclusion of the 2015 Major League Baseball season his decision to hang it up after what will be an amazing
David Ortiz insists he’s fine with the Boston Red Sox signing longtime nemesis David Price, for whom he has no shortage of bad blood.
David Ortiz mentioned in a hilarious fill-in-the-blank exercise for The Players’ Tribune that his dream job — outside of being a major league baseball player, of course — would be a
David Ortiz is one of the most provocative and engaging personalities in baseball, so it should come as no surprise that when the Boston Red Sox slugger was asked to do a fill-in-the-bank questionnai
CC Sabathia put on a bravado performance Thursday night that hearkened back to his days of dominance, surrendering only one run in the New York Yankees’ 2-1 home win over the Boston Red Sox.
Last rites were being read on David Ortiz’s illustrious major league career when he stumbled out of the gates this season.