Boston Red Sox baseball star David Ortiz ‘shot in the Dominican Republic’

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Boston Red Sox baseball star David Ortiz ‘shot in the Dominican Republic’



FORMER baseball star David Ortiz has been shot in the Dominican Republic, according to his dad.
The ex-Boston Red Sox slugger was wounded at an entertainment centre in Santo Domingo, his father told ESPN.
Getty Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz has been shot in the Dominican Republic[/caption]
“They called to tell me that David is injured and that they took him to a medical center, but they did not tell me how he is or exactly where he was transferred,” Leo Ortiz said.
“At the moment, everything is confusing. I’m trying to find out where they took my son,” Mr. Ortiz added.
According to a report from Dominican TV station CDN 37, Ortiz was shot in the leg.
The 43-year-old, who was born in Santo Domingo, played in the MLB for 20 seasons but was best known for the 14 years he spent with Boston.
The 10-time All-Star led Boston to three World Series titles in 2004, 2007 and in 2013 before he retired after the 2016 season.

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Returning to Fenway Park and this time I’m looking to recruit some new teammates. Join me @ the very first David Ortiz Fantasy Camp to experience Fenway like you never have before. Email davidortizfantasycamp@redsox.com for more details. See yall there… #davidortizfantasycamp #fenwaypark
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I wasnt gonna comment on this episode but someone outta nowhere once again try to diminish my image just to sell a couple books…jus for some $$ in his pocket. MLB do a hell of a job letting us know as a player the importance of NOT betting on baseball…especially after pete rose. I have been a player that has been extremely blessed…not only with the love of the fans, but also with lots of $$$. And im SMART ENOUGH to not get caught in some BS like that….trust me!!! im doing this NOT because of u who wrote the book, im doin this for my fans to have peace of mind, cuz y’all deserve that. if i had been involved in anything related to gambling in 2005, my career wouldn’t have ended in 2016….MLB woulda gotten rid of me ASAP, cuz MLB don’t play that!!!! Ill leave this here…remember, you knock me down 10 time, I’ll learn how to get up 11. TRUST. GOD BLESS AMERICA. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ No iba comentar en este episodio pero otra vez alguien quiere tratar de destruir mi imagen sólo para vender sus libros…sólo para el $$ en su bolsillo. MLB trabaja bien fuerte en asegurar que sepamos como jugadores la importancia de NO apostar en baseball…especialmente después del lio con pete rose. He sido un jugador con muchas bendiciones… no sólo con el amor de los fans, sino también con un montón de $$$. Y poseo la inteligente suficiente para no terminar atrapado en algo tan horrible como eso…. créeme!!! estoy haciendo esto no por la persona que escribió el libro, estoy haciendo esto para mis fans para tener la paz de la mente, porque todos ustedes lo merecen. Si yo hubiera estado involucrado en cualquier cosa relacionada con esto en 2005, mi carrera no termina en 2016…. MLB no coje esa con nadie mi carrera ubiese terminado lo mas antes posible, porque MLB no juega!!!! dejo eso ahi … y recuerda, me noqueas 10 veces, y me paro 11 soy guerrero de nacimiento….. bendiciones Dios es el más fuerte
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