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David Ortiz
AVG HR RBI
.216 6 18
Team: BostonHt / Wt: 6-3 / 230 NFBC ADP: 99.73
Position: DHBorn: 11/18/1975 Birthplace: Santo Domingo, DR
Bats/Throws: L/L Draft: Undrafted by Mariners (1992)


Latest News
May 27 8:28 AM PT9:28 AM MT10:28 AM CT11:28 AM ET11:28 ET15:28 GMT23:28 8:28 AM MST10:28 AM EST10:58 AM VEN19:28 UAE10:28 AM CT-Ortiz has been dropped in the batting order.
Analysis: Ortiz doubled in the first inning Tuesday to end an 0-for-16 slump. Manager John Farrell dropped Ortiz to fifth in the batter order, the lowest spot in the lineup he's hit since May 6, 2012.
May 20 2:43 PM PT3:43 PM MT4:43 PM CT5:43 PM ET17:43 ET21:43 GMT5:43 2:43 PM MST4:43 PM EST5:13 PM VEN1:43 UAE (+1)4:43 PM CT-Ortiz homered and drove in two runs in Tuesday's win over Texas.
Analysis: Ortiz has homered in back-to-back games and is 2 for 4 in three straight.
Apr. 21 1:09 PM PT2:09 PM MT3:09 PM CT4:09 PM ET16:09 ET20:09 GMT4:09 1:09 PM MST3:09 PM EST3:39 PM VEN0:09 UAE (+1)3:09 PM CT-Ortiz has lost his appeal of a one-game suspension for bumping an umpire and will sit out Friday night's game against the Blue Jays.
Analysis: Ortiz bumped plate ump John Tumpane while protesting third base umpire Jerry Meals' call on a check swing in an April 19 loss to Baltimore.
Mar. 29 3:39 PM PT4:39 PM MT5:39 PM CT6:39 PM ET18:39 ET22:39 GMT6:39 3:39 PM MST5:39 PM EST6:09 PM VEN2:39 UAE (+1)5:39 PM CT-Ortiz was 0 for 3 with a pair of strikeouts Sunday, lowering his average to .208.
Analysis: Ortiz recently vehemently denied he uses performing-enhancing drugs in an illuminating interview with Derek Jeter's celebrity website.
Mar. 27 9:01 AM PT10:01 AM MT11:01 AM CT12:01 PM ET12:01 ET16:01 GMT0:01 9:01 AM MST11:01 AM EST11:31 AM VEN20:01 UAE10:01 AM CT-Ortiz says he ''never knowingly took any steroids'' and he's definitely a Hall of Famer. The remarks by the 39-year-old designated hitter come in a column Thursday for The Players' Tribune, a website founded by Derek Jeter that gives professional athletes a platform.
Analysis: Ortiz also voiced his displeasure that he will ''always be considered a cheater'' to his detractors. Ortiz contends nobody in baseball has been tested more for performance-enhancing drugs than he has - more than 80 times since 2004. Ortiz writes: ''I have never failed a single one of those tests and I never will.''

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