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David Américo Ortiz Arias (born November 18, 1975), nicknamed "Big Papi", is a Dominican-American former professional baseball designated hitter (DH) and occasional first baseman who played 20 Major League Baseball (MLB) seasons, primarily with the Boston Red Sox. He also played for the Minnesota Twins. During his 14 seasons with the Red Sox, he was a ten-time All-Star, a three-time World Series champion, and seven-time Silver Slugger winner. Ortiz also holds the Red Sox single-season record for home runs with 54, which he set during the 2006 season. More about David Ortiz

The most expensive item with a signature of David Ortiz (1997 Donruss Signature Century Marks David Ortiz Signed AUTO Twins PSA 10) was sold on eBay in January 2019 for $3578.30 while the cheapest item (DAVID ORTIZ SIGNED 1999 FLEER ULTRA CARD # 24) found a new owner for $0.50 in April 2011. The month with the most items sold (155) was June 2008 with an average selling price of $63.21 for an autographed item of David Ortiz. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2017 with $265.69 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $7.40 was March 2018. In average, an autographed item from David Ortiz is worth $135.52.

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Current items with a signature of David Ortiz

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1997 Donruss Signature David Ortiz PSA 10 Autographed Rookie Card BLACK INK!$300.00
David Ortiz All star signed jersey Beckett COA$825.00
David Ortiz Autographed 2004 All Star Jersey$350.00
David Ortiz Baseballs/Flats up to 16x20/ Photo Ops Autograph (Courtesy of Fanatics Authentic)$249.00
David Ortiz Boston Red Sox Fanatics Authentic Autographed 16" x 20" Hitting Photograph$224.99
David Ortiz Boston Red Sox Fanatics Authentic Autographed First Responders Sports Illustrated Magazine$209.99
David Ortiz Signed Swing vs Angels 16x20 Photo (JSA/SSM)$299.00
Kevin Gregg FIGHT Signed Framed 11x17 Photo Display Topps vs David Ortiz$88.99
Kevin Gregg FIGHT Signed Framed 11x17 Photo Display Topps vs David Ortiz$88.99
Red Sox David Ortiz Autographed 2007 World Series Baseball W/CERTIFICATE$190.00
Red Sox David Ortiz Boston Strong Authentic Signed Oml Baseball BAS #G45899$299.99

Traded items with a signature of David Ortiz

In total, we tracked 2192 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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Most recently, these items with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

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DAVID ORTIZ 1999 UD CHOICE AUTO SIGNED CARD RED SOX$16.99
DAVID ORTIZ 1999 UD SP SIGNATURE EDITION AUTO RARE $19.99
DAVID ORTIZ Autographed SP PROSPECTS Card*JSA COA$50.00
DAVID ORTIZ SIGNED SPORTS ILLUSTRATED RED SOX COA PAPI$200.00
Red Sox David Ortiz Signed 04 W S Patch Collage FRAMED$149.99

Traded Balls with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Balls with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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David Ortiz autographed MLB GAME BALL.....GAME USED vs YANKEES !!$450.00
David Ortiz RedSox Auto Autographed Baseball Ball JSA Cert$151.47
DAVID ORTIZ Signed 2016 Final ALL STAR GAME Baseball Red Sox SGC cert Big Papi $249.99
FENWAY SPORTSZONE David Ortiz Papi Autographed OMLB Baseball FSZ6304 FREE SHIP $99.95

Traded Bats with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Bats with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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David Ortiz autographed bat w/COA$39.99
David Ortiz autographed black Big Stick baseball bat$49.99
David Ortiz autographed black Big Stick baseball bat$88.99
David Ortiz Signed Bat Boston Red Sox Steiner MLB HOLO$68.34

Traded Hats with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Hats with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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David Ortiz Red Sox 2004 WS Champs signed hat GAI$15.51
David Ortiz signed 2007 WS CHAMPS Boston Red Sox HAT$84.99
David Ortiz signed Red Sox Hat$200.00
Red Sox Hat autographed -David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez $26.00

Traded Helmets with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Helmets with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
David Ortiz autographed Red Sox mini helmet$31.00
DAVID ORTIZ Boston Red Sox SIGNED Baseball Helmet w/COA$61.00
David Ortiz signed Boston Red Sox mini helmet PROOF!$64.99
David Ortiz Signed Mini Helmet$14.38

Traded Index Cards with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Index Cards with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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David Ortiz Red Sox signed index card$0.99
David Ortiz Red Sox signed index card$2.75
DAVID ORTIZ SIGNED 3X5 INDEX CARD. REDSOXS. @MUST SEE@$2.00
MLB DAVID ORTIZ RED SOX HAND SIGNED AUTO INDEX CARD $1.99

Traded Jerseys with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Jerseys with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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Boston Red Sox David Ortiz signed autographed white jersey NWT, COA, FREE SHIP!$150.00
David Ortiz Boston Red Sox Autographed Signed Red Style Jersey w-LOA;'$117.50
David Ortiz Custom Boston Red Sox Red Signed Jersey (LOA COA)$140.00
DAVID ORTIZ Signed Autographed Boston Red Sox Jersey w/ COA - NO RESERVE!$125.50

Traded Lithographs, Posters or Prints with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Lithographs, Posters or Prints with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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MANNY RAMIREZ AND DAVID ORTIZ AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 PHOTO$32.00
Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz Signed 16x20 Canvas Soxs$52.00
Red Sox David Ortiz Signed 04 W S Patch Collage FRAMED$149.99
Red Sox Signed Shadowbox David Ortiz Manny Ramirez COA$1575.00

Traded Magazines with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Magazines with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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David Ortiz + Damon Red Sox signed Sports Illustrated$9.99
DAVID ORTIZ autographed Sports Illustrated magazine!$11.47
David Ortiz signed Sports Illustrated Boston Red Sox$34.95
DAVID ORTIZ SIGNED SPORTS ILLUSTRATED RED SOX COA PAPI$200.00

Traded Photos with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Photos with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
1999 Topps #291 David Ortiz Slabbed Signed Auto Card BAS CERTIFIED JS$99.99
2001 Topps #136 David Ortiz Slabbed Signed Auto Card BAS CERTIFIED $99.99
David Ortiz Autographed 8x10 Photo $45.00
David Ortiz Boston Red Sox Autographed Signed 8x10 photo GA COA)$60.00

Traded Trading Cards with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these Trading Cards with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
DAVID ORTIZ 1999 UD CHOICE AUTO SIGNED CARD RED SOX$16.99
DAVID ORTIZ 1999 UD SP SIGNATURE EDITION AUTO RARE $19.99
DAVID ORTIZ Autographed SP PROSPECTS Card*JSA COA$50.00
David Ortiz Signed Autographed PSA DNA Trading Card$99.99

Traded other items with a signature of David Ortiz

Most recently, these other items with a signature of David Ortiz were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
DAVID ORTIZ Boston Red Sox Autographed Allstar Ballot$2.59
UDA DAVID ORTIZ HAND signed 30x12 FILMSTRIP UPPER DECK$105.00
UDA DAVID ORTIZ HAND signed 30x12 FILMSTRIP UPPER DECK$77.25
UDA DAVID ORTIZ HAND signed 30x12 FILMSTRIP UPPER DECK $115.00

Latest News about David Ortiz

Imagining every AL team's free-agent pitch to Bryce Harper (12/07/18): Bryce Harper is 26 years old, a superstar athlete, and a free agent who's about to become an unimaginably rich man. The entire baseball world sits at his feet."Harper's Bazaar," as termed by his agent, Scott Boras, represents a rare treat for baseball fans: a true superstar free and available for every single team to woo. Not since the A-Rod bonanza in 2000 has the sport seen this kind of free-agent mayhem.We took a shot on behalf of everybody in baseball and imagined what each team's pitch to Harper might look like. Today, we're checking in with the 15 American League clubs; the National League will get its chance on Saturday.Baltimore OriolesWho's in the room: Orioles icon Cal Ripken Jr., alone; new GM Mike Elias is outside in the hallway, pacingThe pitch: Yeah, yeah, I know, we lost 115 games this year. But think about what your legacy would be if you could fix this mess and bring us back to the top of the AL East. You're just the guy to do it. Forget last year, this situation is better than you think. Mike's got a clean slate to work with, and this franchise is about to enter the modern era. You'll have a ton of influence, too; who knows, Mike might even let you help pick the manager! All we're asking for is a bit of patience at the start, because it will all be worth it once you right our ship and start hitting at Camden Yards every night.Boston Red Sox G Fiume / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: Owner John Henry, president Dave Dombrowski, manager Alex Cora, AL MVP Mookie Betts, franchise icon David Ortiz, the Commissioner's TrophyThe pitch: We just won 108 games and cruised to a title without you. Imagine how good we'd be if you joined us for a decade or longer. Think about that outfield: Benny, Bryce, and Betts. That's already iconic. Do you want to hold that trophy in David's hands right now? Of course you do. So come to Fenway. Come to Boston, where we settle for nothing less every October. Chicago White SoxWho's in the room: GM Rick Hahn, owner Jerry Reinsdorf, White Sox icon Frank Thomas, ex-White Sox outfield prospect Michael Jordan, noted supporter Barack ObamaThe pitch: Psst. Hey, Bryce - over here. Just a bit further south on the Red Line. See us now? Yeah, we also play in Chicago, and you don't know it yet, but the South Side is where you'd rather be. Just hear us out.Here in White Sox country, we value grit and determination. We dig in and protect our team at all costs. Our fan base, like our most beloved players, are blue-collar and hardworking - qualities you also possess as a superstar who leaves it all on the field and gets his uniform dirty. Of course, we love our heroes like Frank as much as the next big-market team, but on the South Side, you'll also get to live your life away from the park. You'll be respected as a private citizen while still gaining all the marketing and branding advantages that come with playing in Chicago - it's the best of both worlds.We'll leave you with this thought, Bryce. If you go to the other team, would you really be the star of their show? You know, latching on to a group of superstars who already made its history without you? Or, would you rather leave your mark on Chicago as the face of a young, dynamic, up-and-coming team that's ready to make some history of its own?Cleveland IndiansWho's in the room: Star players Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez, manager Terry Francona, GM Mike Chernoff, basketball champion Kevin Love, Cleveland athletic icons Jim Brown, (via Skype) LeBron JamesThe pitch: Remember when you wanted to make baseball fun again? That's what we do here in Cleveland. That's why we're the right fit for you.Imagine playing alongside Mr. Smile himself, Francisco. And Jose, who's so wildly talented and plays with such reckless abandon he always loses his helmet. We love bat flips, showmanship, and style, and we encourage it in our clubhouse. And we do all of that while we win.That's the other part of this equation. We're entering our 71st year without a World Series crown in Cleveland, the longest active drought in baseball, and you're going to be the reason we end it. Ask Jim, Kevin, and LeBron here about what it's like to win in Cleveland, and why it's different here. Your legacy won't be complete without coming here and earning a championship - and you'll have the most fun in this city, too.Detroit Tigers G Fiume / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: GM Al Avila, first baseman Miguel Cabrera, General Motors CEO Mary T. BarraThe pitch: We just signed your nemesis. You know, Matt Moore? You're 0-for-5 against him - sign here and you'll never have to struggle against Matt again. Also, Miguel here will buy you a steak dinner, and Mary's got as many free cars as you like ready to ship to your driveway. Just think about it, please? You have our number.Houston AstrosWho's in the room: Manager A.J. Hinch, GM Jeff Luhnow, owner Jim Crane, outfielder George Springer, pitcher Justin Verlander, executive adviser Nolan Ryan, basketball star James HardenThe pitch: Imagine playing for a dynasty. Go ahead, we'll wait.Feels good, doesn't it? This is what's waiting for you in Houston.We've made the playoffs in three of the past four seasons, already won a World Series, and cruised into the ALCS this past year. But we're not satisfied with that finish, and that's where you come in. Our owner Jim is committed to building a sustainable winner, and he'll always spend money to do it. It's a special time to be an athlete in Houston, come experience it for yourself.Kansas City RoyalsWho's in the room: Owner David Glass, Hall of Famer George Brett, the head chef of Arthur Bryant's BBQThe pitch: Do you like amazing BBQ? Who doesn't? Your contract with the Royals will not only pay you handsomely for the rest of your career, but will also include an unlimited supply of your favorite barbecue from Kansas City's world-famous joint Arthur Bryant's for you and your family. That ought to ease the pain of these upcoming rebuilding years.Los Angeles Angels Jayne Kamin-Oncea / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: Owner Arte Moreno, GM Billy Eppler, outfielder Mike TroutThe pitch: Ruth and Gehrig. Morgan and Bench. Mays and McCovey. Harper and Trout. What a list of Hall of Fame duos.Think about how fun this would be. You and Mike, the two best players in the game, side by side in the outfield at Angel Stadium for the rest of your careers. Baseball's never seen anything like this, and probably never will again. The two of you will be unstoppable together.Look, you won't find an owner more committed to winning than right here in this room. Arte writes as many checks as necessary to keep this team competitive. Our focus is on the big-league team winning, not our farm teams. Once you sign here we're going to make sure Mike is an Angel for life as well, and the two of you will own L.A. and Orange County forever.Minnesota TwinsWho's in the room: Manager Rocco Baldelli, chief baseball officer Derek Falvey, retired hero Joe MauerThe pitch: There are a few reasons why you should join the Twins. One, we need someone as cool as you to replace Joe in the dugout. You got the look to make that happen. Two, we don't play baseball in our Minnesota winters, so put away that snowsuit - you can drive around in your little red Corvette with the top down all summer. And finally, because no one's going to see it coming. You at Target Field, making the Twins relevant again? Everyone else will be delirious with jealousy! We know that deep down, like us, you're all about winning - yeah that's right, money don't matter tonight - so let's create a little controversy together and get your name on a contract in Minnesota. For us, nothing compares to you wearing a Twins uniform.New York YankeesWho's in the room: GM Brian Cashman, owner Hal Steinbrenner, manager Aaron Boone, icon Reggie Jackson, 27 rings on a tableThe pitch: We're the Yankees. You're Bryce Harper. You wear No. 34 to honor Mickey Mantle because those digits add up to seven. You were born to don the pinstripes. Come to the Bronx, win, and fulfill your destiny.Just, uh, shave the beard first, please.Oakland AthleticsWho's in the room: President Billy Beane, GM David Forst, manager Bob Melvin, Oakland native Rickey Henderson, Stomper the ElephantThe pitch: Did you hear the good news? We've got a new ballpark on the way - no, it's like actually for real this time. We think. Hopefully, it will be ready about halfway through your contract with us, if not sooner, so you don't have to put up with the leaky old Coliseum for too long. But most importantly, you can be the start of a new era in Oakland - one that will involve winning and spending right now. Plus, with the Raiders and Warriors about to skip town, you'll be the East Bay's biggest star. You'll have the city of Oakland and our rabid fan base all to yourself. We've never signed a big-time free agent, but you're about to change that with a stroke of a pen. Come wear the green and gold.Seattle MarinersWho's in the room: GM Jerry Dipoto, GM Jerry Dipoto's cell phoneThe pitch: We're about to enter a rough patch here in Seattle, but you can help us stay afloat these next few years in our beautiful city. And hey, if you start to regret coming here, be honest - I'll gladly find a way to trade you. There's a good chance I'll have some trades lined up anyway. In fact, I'd probably advise against buying a place on Bainbridge Island; renting's the safer bet. *Dipoto's phone rings* Anyway, good meeting you and you'll look fantastic in teal but I have to take this call. Tampa Bay RaysWho's in the room: Manager Kevin Cash, president Matthew Silverman, a computer containing a fancy analytical multimedia presentationThe pitch: Bet you didn't expect to hear from us this winter, did you, Bryce? That's OK - to be honest, we didn't envision talking to you, either. But we've got a unique proposal that could work to both our benefits.You probably know that we can't really offer you the long-term riches you're seeking, but we can help you get even more money next year. We're offering you a one-year, $50-million contract - that's $50 million with no state income tax, mind you - to come join us and lead us to a World Series now. While you're here, you'll have access to the finest staff and some of the best analytical minds in the game. And here's where you'll really benefit: next winter, you won't have a qualifying offer or compensatory draft picks tied to your free agency, and teams will be bidding on Bryce Harper 2.0. You're asking for $400 million now? By the time your Rays tenure is over, you'll be demanding $500 million, and it will only be a question of where, not if, you'll find that cash. Plus, your Tampa Bay legacy will be secure, and we'll retire No. 34 immediately after the World Series. If we did that for Wade Boggs, we can do it for you, too.We were good enough to win 90 games and make life tough on the 108-win Red Sox last year without you; if you join us in 2019, we'll both be better off for it in the long run. Bet on yourself and enjoy a year in Tampa.Texas Rangers Ron Vesely / Major League Baseball / GettyWho's in the room: GM Jon Daniels, legend Ivan Rodriguez, retired star Adrian Beltre, soon-to-be-retired star Dirk NowitzkiThe pitch: Can you handle the heat? Well, you'll only have to for one year, because our new stadium with an actual roof is about to open up. You're going to be the face of Texas baseball in our new home, and you'll fit perfectly here. Look, publicly, we do make a stink about bat flips and showboating, especially when it's done against us, but that's really all for show - just keeping up a facade, you know? The truth is, we love it, and we want you to flip your bat and have fun out there in a Ranger uniform. That's why we love Adrian so much, and that's why you'll be loved here.Now we know what you're thinking: the last time these Rangers gave a young mega star a record deal after finishing in last place, it didn't quite work out. We know it will be different with you, though, and we know you're up for the challenge here in Arlington.Toronto Blue JaysWho's in the room: President Mark Shapiro, GM Ross Atkins, Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar, basketball All-Star Kyle Lowry, local sports fanatic Aubrey "Drake" GrahamThe pitch: In Toronto, you don't just play for a city, you play for an entire country.Ask Kyle and Roberto how Canada's become a home for them. Ask Aubrey how cool it is to rep the 6ix worldwide. Ask any of our current Blue Jays players how amazing it is when our Western Canadian fans literally take over Seattle's ballpark. Think about how your blue No. 34 jersey will be worn from coast to coast by 36 million strong. Nobody else can boast a fan base that big. And your home in Toronto is loud, crazy, and passionate. Rogers Centre gets so loud during the playoffs that the building shakes with energy. And with you hitting alongside Vladimir Guerrero Jr. for the next decade, you're guaranteed to experience that energy for many Octobers to come.You're already a superstar in one country. Our ownership, a telecommunication giant, has the reach and power to turn you into an international icon, while you play and live and win in our unbelievable city. Toronto is offering you the chance of a lifetime here - are you ready to take it?

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Older News Stories about David Ortiz

Imagining every AL team's free-agent pitch to Bryce Harper (12/2018): Bryce Harper is 26 years old, a superstar athlete, and a free agent who's about to become an unimaginably rich man. The entire baseball world sits at his feet."Harper's Bazaar," as termed by his agent, Scott Boras, represents a rare treat for baseball fans: a true superstar free and available for every single team to woo. Not since the A-Rod bonanza in 2000 has the sport seen this kind of free-agent mayhem.We took a shot on behalf of everybody in baseball and imagined what each team's pitch to Harper might look like. Today, we're checking in with the 15 American League clubs; the National League will get its chance on Saturday.Baltimore OriolesWho's in the room: Orioles icon Cal Ripken Jr., alone; new GM Mike Elias is outside in the hallway, pacingThe pitch: Yeah, yeah, I know, we lost 115 games this year. But think about what your legacy would be if you could fix this mess and bring us back to the top of the AL East. You're just the guy to do it. Forget last year, this situation is better than you think. Mike's got a clean slate to work with, and this franchise is about to enter the modern era. You'll have a ton of influence, too; who knows, Mike might even let you help pick the manager! All we're asking for is a bit of patience at the start, because it will all be worth it once you right our ship and start hitting at Camden Yards every night.Boston Red Sox G Fiume / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: Owner John Henry, president Dave Dombrowski, manager Alex Cora, AL MVP Mookie Betts, franchise icon David Ortiz, the Commissioner's TrophyThe pitch: We just won 108 games and cruised to a title without you. Imagine how good we'd be if you joined us for a decade or longer. Think about that outfield: Benny, Bryce, and Betts. That's already iconic. Do you want to hold that trophy in David's hands right now? Of course you do. So come to Fenway. Come to Boston, where we settle for nothing less every October. Chicago White SoxWho's in the room: GM Rick Hahn, owner Jerry Reinsdorf, White Sox icon Frank Thomas, ex-White Sox outfield prospect Michael Jordan, noted supporter Barack ObamaThe pitch: Psst. Hey, Bryce - over here. Just a bit further south on the Red Line. See us now? Yeah, we also play in Chicago, and you don't know it yet, but the South Side is where you'd rather be. Just hear us out.Here in White Sox country, we value grit and determination. We dig in and protect our team at all costs. Our fan base, like our most beloved players, are blue-collar and hardworking - qualities you also possess as a superstar who leaves it all on the field and gets his uniform dirty. Of course, we love our heroes like Frank as much as the next big-market team, but on the South Side, you'll also get to live your life away from the park. You'll be respected as a private citizen while still gaining all the marketing and branding advantages that come with playing in Chicago - it's the best of both worlds.We'll leave you with this thought, Bryce. If you go to the other team, would you really be the star of their show? You know, latching on to a group of superstars who already made its history without you? Or, would you rather leave your mark on Chicago as the face of a young, dynamic, up-and-coming team that's ready to make some history of its own?Cleveland IndiansWho's in the room: Star players Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez, manager Terry Francona, GM Mike Chernoff, basketball champion Kevin Love, Cleveland athletic icons Jim Brown, (via Skype) LeBron JamesThe pitch: Remember when you wanted to make baseball fun again? That's what we do here in Cleveland. That's why we're the right fit for you.Imagine playing alongside Mr. Smile himself, Francisco. And Jose, who's so wildly talented and plays with such reckless abandon he always loses his helmet. We love bat flips, showmanship, and style, and we encourage it in our clubhouse. And we do all of that while we win.That's the other part of this equation. We're entering our 71st year without a World Series crown in Cleveland, the longest active drought in baseball, and you're going to be the reason we end it. Ask Jim, Kevin, and LeBron here about what it's like to win in Cleveland, and why it's different here. Your legacy won't be complete without coming here and earning a championship - and you'll have the most fun in this city, too.Detroit Tigers G Fiume / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: GM Al Avila, first baseman Miguel Cabrera, General Motors CEO Mary T. BarraThe pitch: We just signed your nemesis. You know, Matt Moore? You're 0-for-5 against him - sign here and you'll never have to struggle against Matt again. Also, Miguel here will buy you a steak dinner, and Mary's got as many free cars as you like ready to ship to your driveway. Just think about it, please? You have our number.Houston AstrosWho's in the room: Manager A.J. Hinch, GM Jeff Luhnow, owner Jim Crane, outfielder George Springer, pitcher Justin Verlander, executive adviser Nolan Ryan, basketball star James HardenThe pitch: Imagine playing for a dynasty. Go ahead, we'll wait.Feels good, doesn't it? This is what's waiting for you in Houston.We've made the playoffs in three of the past four seasons, already won a World Series, and cruised into the ALCS this past year. But we're not satisfied with that finish, and that's where you come in. Our owner Jim is committed to building a sustainable winner, and he'll always spend money to do it. It's a special time to be an athlete in Houston, come experience it for yourself.Kansas City RoyalsWho's in the room: Owner David Glass, Hall of Famer George Brett, the head chef of Arthur Bryant's BBQThe pitch: Do you like amazing BBQ? Who doesn't? Your contract with the Royals will not only pay you handsomely for the rest of your career, but will also include an unlimited supply of your favorite barbecue from Kansas City's world-famous joint Arthur Bryant's for you and your family. That ought to ease the pain of these upcoming rebuilding years.Los Angeles Angels Jayne Kamin-Oncea / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: Owner Arte Moreno, GM Billy Eppler, outfielder Mike TroutThe pitch: Ruth and Gehrig. Morgan and Bench. Mays and McCovey. Harper and Trout. What a list of Hall of Fame duos.Think about how fun this would be. You and Mike, the two best players in the game, side by side in the outfield at Angel Stadium for the rest of your careers. Baseball's never seen anything like this, and probably never will again. The two of you will be unstoppable together.Look, you won't find an owner more committed to winning than right here in this room. Arte writes as many checks as necessary to keep this team competitive. Our focus is on the big-league team winning, not our farm teams. Once you sign here we're going to make sure Mike is an Angel for life as well, and the two of you will own L.A. and Orange County forever.Minnesota TwinsWho's in the room: Manager Rocco Baldelli, chief baseball officer Derek Falvey, retired hero Joe MauerThe pitch: There are a few reasons why you should join the Twins. One, we need someone as cool as you to replace Joe in the dugout. You got the look to make that happen. Two, we don't play baseball in our Minnesota winters, so put away that snowsuit - you can drive around in your little red Corvette with the top down all summer. And finally, because no one's going to see it coming. You at Target Field, making the Twins relevant again? Everyone else will be delirious with jealousy! We know that deep down, like us, you're all about winning - yeah that's right, money don't matter tonight - so let's create a little controversy together and get your name on a contract in Minnesota. For us, nothing compares to you wearing a Twins uniform.New York YankeesWho's in the room: GM Brian Cashman, owner Hal Steinbrenner, manager Aaron Boone, icon Reggie Jackson, 27 rings on a tableThe pitch: We're the Yankees. You're Bryce Harper. You wear No. 34 to honor Mickey Mantle because those digits add up to seven. You were born to don the pinstripes. Come to the Bronx, win, and fulfill your destiny.Just, uh, shave the beard first, please.Oakland AthleticsWho's in the room: President Billy Beane, GM David Forst, manager Bob Melvin, Oakland native Rickey Henderson, Stomper the ElephantThe pitch: Did you hear the good news? We've got a new ballpark on the way - no, it's like actually for real this time. We think. Hopefully, it will be ready about halfway through your contract with us, if not sooner, so you don't have to put up with the leaky old Coliseum for too long. But most importantly, you can be the start of a new era in Oakland - one that will involve winning and spending right now. Plus, with the Raiders and Warriors about to skip town, you'll be the East Bay's biggest star. You'll have the city of Oakland and our rabid fan base all to yourself. We've never signed a big-time free agent, but you're about to change that with a stroke of a pen. Come wear the green and gold.Seattle MarinersWho's in the room: GM Jerry Dipoto, GM Jerry Dipoto's cell phoneThe pitch: We're about to enter a rough patch here in Seattle, but you can help us stay afloat these next few years in our beautiful city. And hey, if you start to regret coming here, be honest - I'll gladly find a way to trade you. There's a good chance I'll have some trades lined up anyway. In fact, I'd probably advise against buying a place on Bainbridge Island; renting's the safer bet. *Dipoto's phone rings* Anyway, good meeting you and you'll look fantastic in teal but I have to take this call. Tampa Bay RaysWho's in the room: Manager Kevin Cash, president Matthew Silverman, a computer containing a fancy analytical multimedia presentationThe pitch: Bet you didn't expect to hear from us this winter, did you, Bryce? That's OK - to be honest, we didn't envision talking to you, either. But we've got a unique proposal that could work to both our benefits.You probably know that we can't really offer you the long-term riches you're seeking, but we can help you get even more money next year. We're offering you a one-year, $50-million contract - that's $50 million with no state income tax, mind you - to come join us and lead us to a World Series now. While you're here, you'll have access to the finest staff and some of the best analytical minds in the game. And here's where you'll really benefit: next winter, you won't have a qualifying offer or compensatory draft picks tied to your free agency, and teams will be bidding on Bryce Harper 2.0. You're asking for $400 million now? By the time your Rays tenure is over, you'll be demanding $500 million, and it will only be a question of where, not if, you'll find that cash. Plus, your Tampa Bay legacy will be secure, and we'll retire No. 34 immediately after the World Series. If we did that for Wade Boggs, we can do it for you, too.We were good enough to win 90 games and make life tough on the 108-win Red Sox last year without you; if you join us in 2019, we'll both be better off for it in the long run. Bet on yourself and enjoy a year in Tampa.Texas Rangers Ron Vesely / Major League Baseball / GettyWho's in the room: GM Jon Daniels, legend Ivan Rodriguez, retired star Adrian Beltre, soon-to-be-retired star Dirk NowitzkiThe pitch: Can you handle the heat? Well, you'll only have to for one year, because our new stadium with an actual roof is about to open up. You're going to be the face of Texas baseball in our new home, and you'll fit perfectly here. Look, publicly, we do make a stink about bat flips and showboating, especially when it's done against us, but that's really all for show - just keeping up a facade, you know? The truth is, we love it, and we want you to flip your bat and have fun out there in a Ranger uniform. That's why we love Adrian so much, and that's why you'll be loved here.Now we know what you're thinking: the last time these Rangers gave a young mega star a record deal after finishing in last place, it didn't quite work out. We know it will be different with you, though, and we know you're up for the challenge here in Arlington.Toronto Blue JaysWho's in the room: President Mark Shapiro, GM Ross Atkins, Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar, basketball All-Star Kyle Lowry, local sports fanatic Aubrey "Drake" GrahamThe pitch: In Toronto, you don't just play for a city, you play for an entire country.Ask Kyle and Roberto how Canada's become a home for them. Ask Aubrey how cool it is to rep the 6ix worldwide. Ask any of our current Blue Jays players how amazing it is when our Western Canadian fans literally take over Seattle's ballpark. Think about how your blue No. 34 jersey will be worn from coast to coast by 36 million strong. Nobody else can boast a fan base that big. And your home in Toronto is loud, crazy, and passionate. Rogers Centre gets so loud during the playoffs that the building shakes with energy. And with you hitting alongside Vladimir Guerrero Jr. for the next decade, you're guaranteed to experience that energy for many Octobers to come.You're already a superstar in one country. Our ownership, a telecommunication giant, has the reach and power to turn you into an international icon, while you play and live and win in our unbelievable city. Toronto is offering you the chance of a lifetime here - are you ready to take it?

Ryan Hanigan's Nephew Catches David Ortiz's Home Run Ball at Fenway Opener (04/2015): Andover's Tanner O'Sullivan -- the nephew of Red Sox catcher Ryan Hanigan -- is the kid you saw on NESN casually snagging David Ortiz's inning home run from the first row on top of the Monster in left-center.

Could Hanley Ramirez and David Ortiz Be Busts in 2014? (03/2015): David Ortiz and Hanley Ramirez are expected to be the cornerstones of the Red Sox offense this season, but there’s a chance they falter.

Shut Up, David Ortiz (02/2015): David Ortiz is right, of course. Its a bunch of bull%#@$.

Boston Red Sox DH David Ortiz could benefit from elimination of defensive shifts (01/2015): Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time. Don't have an account?

Top Sports Google Searches Of 2014 Include David Ortiz Selfie, Ray Rice (12/2014): The new year is almost upon us, so it’s the perfect time to look back...

David Ortiz Welcomes Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval To Red Sox (11/2014): The Boston Red Sox’s reported deals with Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval aren’t official, but...

David Ortiz: All Of Red Sox Nation Will Miss Former Mayor Tom Menino (10/2014): The Boston sports world remembered former Mayor Thomas Menino, who died Thursday after a long...

David Ortiz Makes Fangraphs’ List Of Most Extreme Home Runs Of 2014 (09/2014): David Ortiz made Fangraphs’ list of the most extreme home runs of the 2014 Major...

David Ortiz Benefiting From Yoenis Cespedes: ‘He Makes Everybody Better’ (08/2014): Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz has been on an absolute tear since the beginning...

David Ortiz Gets Day Off; Brandon Workman On Hill For Red Sox Vs. Jays (07/2014): It’s been an eventful few days to say the least in Red Sox nation. As...

David Ortiz Crushes 450th Career Home Run In Win Over Yankees (06/2014): Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz reached another milestone on Sunday night, and he...

David Ortiz Declares War on Rays’s Pitcher Price (05/2014): In Game 2 of the American League Division Series last October, Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz embarrassed Tamp Bay Rays pitcher David Price by hitting not one, but two home runs in the Sox’s 7-4 victory. Adding insult …

David Ortiz on Boston Red Sox's inconsistent first month: 'It could be worse' (04/2014): Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time. Don't have an account?

Dennis Eckersley: ‘This Whole Lineup Is About David Ortiz’ (03/2014): For the 10th time Monday afternoon, David Ortiz will take the field in a Boston...

David Ortiz on Twins' Miguel Sano: 'Give him a shot now' (02/2014): FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Miguel Sano didn't make the short trip from Hammond Stadium for Friday's spring opener against the Boston Red Sox.

Exploding Ball Prank On David Ortiz (01/2014): Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is used to balls exploding off his bat but this is a new one.

David Ortiz and Boston Red Sox lead the Top 10 stories for 2013 (12/2013): Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines...

Fuse ScienceReleases World Series MVP David Ortiz "Respect the Power" National TV Campaign (11/2013): Fuse Science, Inc. a consumer products and delivery technology company that is developing new, patent-pending technologies poised to redefine how consumers receive energy, medicines, vitamins and minerals, ...

David Ortiz on winning World Series MVP: "I'm Back Baby!" (10/2013): Veronica Linares (UPI) -- David Ortiz aka Big Papi was named the World Series' MVP following the Boston Red Sox's win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 Wednesday night.

David Ortiz Talks Red Sox Postseason (09/2013): Orioles 7, Red Sox 6 - After Boston's loss to Baltimore on Sunday, Daivd Ortiz spoke about how excited the team was to end the regular season and start another run at a World Series.        

David Ortiz's slump continues as Red Sox fall to Orioles (08/2013): BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston Red Sox had a chance to tie it up late in Thursday night’s game against the Baltimore Orioles.

David Ortiz smashes up dugout video (07/2013): It's always been three strikes and you're out, but Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz didn't seem to agree in his side's clash against the Baltimore Orioles last weekend.

Is David Ortiz the greatest DH ever? (06/2013): So, has Ortiz's resurgence made him the best designated hitter ever? High Heat Stats suggested as much on Twitter (or that he's very close) a few days ago, which is what got me thinking about it.

David Ortiz, Jonny Gomes homer as Red Sox beat Phillies 9-2 (05/2013): David Ortiz and Jonny Gomes homered and Jacoby Ellsbury set a club record with five stolen bases as the Boston Red Sox routed the Philadelphia Phillies 9-2 on Thursday night.

Red Sox slugger David Ortiz and wife call it quits (04/2013): BOSTON -- Big Papi and his wife are striking out.

Boston Red Sox put David Ortiz , Craig Breslow, Franklin Morales on disabled list (03/2013): Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines...

David Ortiz Leaves Red Sox for Personal Matter, Should Be Back Friday (02/2013): The slugger should return soon.

Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is still hurting...time to worry? (12/2012): Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines...

David Ortiz standing near an overloaded electrical outlet? This cannot end well (11/2012): But somehow, it does. It’s a Festivus miracle! The premise of this new video produced by the Red Sox is that tickets go on sale Dec. 1 and 1hey want you to buy some. Hopefully the sight of their mascot and Fenway Park draped in Christmas lights will help you forget how stinky they were…

David Ortiz may not be close to a deal with Red Sox (10/2012): Your article has been sent. The gap between what David Ortiz wants and what the Red Sox have offered could narrow quickly in the coming days, but for now, it’s “not very close,” according to a major league source.

David Ortiz misses good old days (09/2012): BALTIMORE - The way David Ortiz sees it, what's bad for the Red Sox in 2012 is good for baseball. The longest-tenured...

Red Sox put David Ortiz back on disabled list (08/2012): Designated hitter says he hopes to play again this season. The Boston Red Sox put David Ortiz back on the 15-day disabled list Monday because of lingering problems with a strained right Achilles' tendon, but the designated hitter said he hopes to play again this season.

David Ortiz injury update: Boston Red Sox star unlikely to be activated from DL Wednesday (07/2012): BOSTON - Although Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz, who strained his right Achilles tendon on July 16, is eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday, it appears unlikely he'll be activated until after the Detroit Tigers leave town.

Offseason work pays off for Boston Red Sox’ David Ortiz (06/2012): David Ortiz started out with three walks before croaking his 399th career home run, and 21st of the season, amidst a 10-4 Red Sox win over the Toronto Blue Jays Wednesday. Ortiz said that his secret this year was his offseason training.

David Ortiz may be thin-skinned, but he is also giving the Red Sox a leader (05/2012): Here we go again, I thought. Another rant for respect by a guy who is already adored more than any one human being should be. Since last September, claiming to be a leader of the Red Sox is like declaring yourself the head of an army that just lost a war.

RED SOX NOTEBOOK: Red-hot David Ortiz keeps sizzling (04/2012): Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz hit two home runs in an 11-6 win over the Oakland A’s Monday night at Fenway Park. Ortiz is hitting .405 – .448 against left-handers. This was his first career game with two home runs off a left-handed starter (Tommy Milone).

David Ortiz, other Red Sox players weigh in on Andy Pettitte's return (03/2012): FORT MYERS, Fla. - An old rival is coming back, or at least trying. Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz gives Andy Pettitte credit for the effort, while acknowedging that returning to the game at its highest level is not a sure thing.

David Ortiz on Varitek: 'We're going to miss him' (02/2012): FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- The writing has been on the wall regarding captain Jason Varitek's future with the Boston Red Sox for some time now.

David Ortiz will be ready to take on Sox in arbitration (01/2012): David Ortiz has never gone through the arbitration process, but he isn't shrinking from the possibility of going...

Times have changed for David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez (12/2011): They were supernovas of the rollicking good times for the Red Sox, the new millennium golden era, recently gone sour. They were two of the most feared hitters in recent memory. David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez hit back-to-back, a pitcher’s nightmare.

'Serious interest' in Red Sox DH David Ortiz from other teams (11/2011): Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz has choices now. The free agent is receiving "serious interest'' from...

David Ortiz: I ‘Never Said’ I’d Sign With Yankees (10/2011): According to David Ortiz, all the Big Papi-to-Yankees talk last week was much ado about nothing.

David Ortiz: 'Nothing is as bad as this' (09/2011): By Peter Abraham, Globe Staff BALTIMORE David Ortiz didn't pause when asked whether what happened to the Red Sox...

David Ortiz calms waters, defends Saltalamacchia (08/2011): It's not very often that a designated hitter gets credited with a save, but that's precisely what David Ortiz was...

David Ortiz knows he’s part of something special (07/2011): It’s just that these days, just about everything the Red Sox hit is a big hit, much like this grand slam that broke open a two-run game, sending the Sox on to a 12-5 win amidst another flurry of offensiveness.

David Ortiz, Prince Fielder To Captain Home Run Derby Teams (06/2011): Prince Fielder and David Ortiz will get to pick their teammates for the All-Star Home Run Derby.

David Ortiz a real poll hitter (05/2011): DETROIT - It's not even June yet, the election will not be held until the late fall, and he is facing no competition,...

David Ortiz & Co. 'worried' about poor start (04/2011): It has been such a miserable start to the season for the Red Sox that David Ortiz described the mood around the...

This year, Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz has earned the benefit of the doubt (03/2011): FORT MYERS, Fla. - This is the spring of David Ortiz' content. The big guy is being left alone, as much as Big Papi will ever be left alone while wearing a Boston Red Sox uniform.

David Ortiz: Contract talk fails to sour his mood (02/2011): FORT MYERS, Fla. - No one had to turn and see who it was. Before anyone could see his smiling face David Ortiz announced his presence as he walked through the door, his booming voice bouncing off the walls of the Red Sox spring training clubhouse. Big Papi had arrived.