At age 39, is it finally time to temper expectations for illustrious Red Sox slugger David Ortiz? Sportstalkflorida.com insider Shawn Ferris takes a look.
Chris Archer has struggled against the Boston Red Sox but says that the team has a different look this year but one constant is David Ortiz.
John Farrell took over as manager of the Red Sox in 2013 and transformed a last place team into World Series champions in a matter of one season. Last year the Sox found themselves back in the basement, and
The Tampa Bay Rays were shutout for the 16th time this season falling to the Boston Red Sox by a final score of 3-0.
Archie’s Struggles Against Boston Continue Chris Archer has had off the field disagreements with David Ortiz (HERE & HERE ) over Ortiz’s demonstrative celebration after hitting home runs and Archie himself has been guilty of getting fired up and showing
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer has been pretty vocal about disagreeing with the way David Ortiz flipped his bat during the game over the weekend. Something he forgot to include in his annoyed remarks about Ortiz is the fact
Chris Archer does not back off his statements about David Oritz and his bat flip adding that he never saw Hank Aaron flip his bat.
The Tampa Bay Rays Alex Cobb spoke about David Ortiz and the Red Sox and said it's Rays job to win games - not be an episode on the Bravo channel.
From Babe Ruth’s called shot in the 1932 World Series, to Muhammad Ali standing over a knocked down Sonny Liston in the 1965 WBC Heavyweight Boxing Championship Bout, to Johnny Manziel rubbing his thumb and index fingers after each
David Price allowed just 3 runs in eight innings as the Rays defeated the Boston Red Sox 6-3 for their 8th win in a row.