David Ortiz showing some fatherly love. He shares his goal of giving his own children what his father has given him.
David Ortiz speaks for all of us when he addresses the city in its most trying moment, following the Boston Marathon Bombing.
From the tough neighborhoods of Santo Domingo, takes to the game the that is in his DNA. Assimilation however, proves to be difficult.
The Sox finally stand up to the bullies, "The Curse" is broken, and in doing so, Papi becomes a sensation in Boston, and a Red Sox immortal.
After his release by the Minnesota Twins, a chance encounter would change the trajectory of David's life forever.
A special audio series celebrating the rise of a man who willed himself to greatness — and in the process, changed the culture of a city.
If I was in the commissioner’s chair, every day I’d be asking myself: How can we make baseball even more fun?
Welcome to Fair or Foul, a series in which athletes are asked to make quick and candid judgements on pop culture. Next up is baseball legend David Ortiz.
When I came to this city, I didn’t know if I had a future. Now I have a home.
Some players are born to be Yankees, you know what I’m saying? I was born to play against the Yankees.
You know Big Papi. But when I came to this country, I was a simple guy who was trying to have fun and make his dream come true.
I want to share this with you today on my 40th birthday, because I want the focus this season to be on the team and bringing a championship back to the city of