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Glow is gone for Derek Jeter as Marlins CEO after 2 months
Derek Jeter is now trying to revive the downtrodden Miami Marlins, and so far he appears out of his league as a CEO
New contract ties David Ortiz to Red Sox in variety of roles
David Ortiz is back with the Boston Red Sox . The Dominican slugger signed a contract tying his future with the organization in perpetuity. "Forever" was the word used by the team in a press release sent Wednesday announcing the new terms of their relationship. Ortiz will serve as a mentor of
Red Sox owner John Henry feels Yawkey Way evokes racist past
Boston Red Sox owner John Henry has wanted the city to change the name of Yawkey Way for a while, and the current political climate might be just the time. Henry told the Boston Herald?that he is "haunted" by the racist legacy of previous owner Tom Yawkey, who led the team from 1933 to 1976.
The Big Papi Fame Index: Who can rival David Ortiz ?
Over the course of a 20-year career, David Ortiz?became one of the best-known and most-beloved baseball players of both his era and of all time. The? Dominican Republic?native and former Red Sox slugger had a farewell tour in 2016 that capped one of the sport's? most visible careers. By the end, he
Baseball icon David Ortiz discusses his new autobiography live on 'GMA'
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David Ortiz addresses grads of NEIT, gets first honorary degree
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Retired Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz ?accepted his first honorary degree as he delivered the commencement address to graduates of a Rhode Island technical college. Ortiz, known as "Big Papi," was introduced as "Dr. David Ortiz" before speaking Sunday at the New England
Pablo Sandoval got 'complacent' with big Red Sox deal
Pablo Sandoval says he isn't proud of what he has become over the past two years and insists he is ready to make the most of the second chance he's about to receive. In a joint English-Spanish interview with ESPN.com and ESPN Deportes' Marly Rivera, Sandoval said he got "complacent" after signing a
Victor Martinez: Worst. Baserunner. Ever?
I want you to watch Victor Martinez play baseball for about eight seconds, from the moment his Detroit Tigers teammate Justin Upton puts this ball in play to when Upton kicks his leg up after rounding first base: This might be the least exceptional baseball highlight of the 2016 season. Baseball
David Ortiz : 'My playing time has already expired'
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic -- David Ortiz says he is happily retired from baseball and that despite rumors to the contrary, his decision will not change. "My playing time has already expired," Ortiz told to ESPN Deportes. The 41-year-old slugger said that for the first time in more than two
Has anyone had a crazier career path than Rich Hill? Maybe
A year and a half ago, one of baseball's top pitchers was a Long Island Duck. A good starter for two seasons seemingly undone by injuries, Rich Hill bounced around as a reliever with exceptional career persistence and little else. He was reborn as a starting pitcher in the independent Atlantic