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Topic - David Ortiz
It was only fitting that a batter who was by a pitch scored the winning run.
A few relaxing words from David Ortiz helped get Rubby De La Rosa in the right frame of mind for his first start in nearly three years.
The Rays and Red Sox are at it again.
The Red Sox are headed home with a new streak and renewed optimism.
There's a troubling trend developing on baseball's best pitching staff.
David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox were in desperate need of a big hit.
The Boston Red Sox placed right fielder Shane Victorino on the 15-day disabled list for the second time this season.
The bottom of the ninth opened as if it was scripted for the defending World Series champion Red Sox.
For the second straight night, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire watched as his plan to pitch to David Ortiz unraveled.
Andrew Miller will quickly want to forget this trip to Minnesota.
David Ortiz insists he doesn't want to participate in the Home Run Derby when the All-Star game comes to Target Field this summer, saying it'd be too much for his 38-year-old body to handle.
After what Chris Parmelee has been through the last six weeks, he'll savor this home run for a while.
David Ortiz's four-hit night was one hit short.
Miguel Cabrera hit a three-run homer off Tommy Hunter with two outs in the ninth inning and the Detroit Tigers, down to their last strike, rallied past the Baltimore Orioles 4-1 Tuesday night.
Yu Darvish's recent no-hit bid now officially ended in the seventh inning, not the ninth.
"If you're mad because I take you deep twice, let me let you know," Ortiz said during a postgame rant about Price. "I've got almost 500 homers in this league. It's part of the game, son."
"You've got to play the same way against everybody," he said. "You guys watch me every day. I come to the field with the same attitude every day. You're not going to hit like that every day, it's not going to happen."