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David Ortiz Net Worth

David Ortiz Net Worth is
$55 Million

David Ortiz Biography

Who’s David Ortiz? What’s net well worth of David Ortiz? David Ortiz (nicknamed as “Big Papi”) can be a Dominican American retired professional baseball participant. He signed 1 years contract with Boston Crimson Sox which will probably be worth of $16,000,000. Before couple of days, Major Little league Baseball declared that David Ortiz got guaranteed his second Hank Aaron Award as the outstanding offensive participant. In Boston, David Ortiz identified himself among the most influential sluggers ever. He began his professional debut in yr 1994 for the Mariners of the Arizona Little league in which he produced batting of rating .246 with 2 house runs along with 20 RBI. By yr 1995, he previously enhanced those amounts to .332 by building 37 RBI and 4 home works. David Ortiz remained as the MVP of the 2013 World Series organization. He completed his profession in baseball with 541 house runs, which positions 17th on the MLB all-time house run list, . He offers two daughters, Jessica and Alexandra, and a child, D’Angelo. Lately on his 40th birthday, David Ortiz declared on the site The Players’ Tribune that he’d quickly retire by following a 2016 time of year. Education: David Ortiz obtained amount of graduation from Estudia Espaillat SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in the Dominican Republic, and remained as a basketball and a standout baseball participant there. David can be observed among the greatest clutch hitters, he previously 11 career walk-off house runs through the entire regular season and 2 through the postseason. David Ortiz Net Worthy of: The approximated total net worthy of of David Ortiz is just about $55 million US dollars in yr 2017. He contracted contract of $36 Million well worth with Boston Crimson Sox from period 2016-2017. David Ortiz Resources: David Ortiz offers many high-class cars and included in this the first car can be Honda Accord, exactly when he surely got to the big leagues in yr 1997. A Honda Accord was the 1st ever car he bought himself when he succeeded to the main leagues in year 1997 with the Minnesota Twins. He started his crucial league debut in yr 1997 for the Twins. Not only is it a six-period recipient of

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Quick Facts

Full NameDavid Ortiz
Net Worth$55 Million
Salary16 million USD
Date Of BirthNovember 18, 1975
Height1.91 m
Weight104 kg
ProfessionActor, Baseball player
SpouseTiffany Ortiz
ChildrenAlexandra Ortiz, Jessica Ortiz, D'Angelo Ortiz
ParentsAngela Rosa Arias, Americo Enrique Ortiz
SiblingsAlbania Ortiz
AwardsHank Aaron Award
NominationsBest Major League Baseball Player ESPY Award, Best Championship Performance ESPY Award, Kids’ Choice Award for Most Enthusiastic Athlete

Interesting Facts

1 Currently with the Red Sox who just won their first World Series since 1918. [November 2004]
2 Most valuable player of 2013 World Series (2013).
3 Following the 2002 season, the Minnesota Twins thought so highly of him that they released him, getting nothing in return for a future superstar. This despite him having a respectable .272 batting average and hitting 20 home runs.
4 Was voted Most Value Player of American League Championship Series in 2004, when the Boston Red Sox finally topped their hated rivals, the New York Yankees, in the playoffs, one year after losing to the Bronx Bombers in a heartbreaking Game 7. In the two rounds of playoffs, Ortiz batted .400 (22-for-55) with five homers, 19 RBIs and 13 runs scored in 14 games. The Red Sox, cleared of the Yankees Curse, went on to win their first World Series since Babe Ruth was their star pitcher in 1918.
5 Played for the Dominican Republic in the inaugural World Series of Baseball in 2006.
6 In a game against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays at Boston's Fenway Park on April 19, 2006, "Big Papi" Ortiz was paid the ultimate compliment to a slugger when Devil Rays manager Joe Maddon made a shift of his fielders so that Ortiz faced five rather than the normal three outfielders. At the bottom of the first inning of the game, which the Red Sox eventually won 7-4, the Devil Rays' defense shifted, leaving only the shortstop and the first baseman in the infield. The third baseman played left field, the left fielder positioned himself in left-center, the second baseman played shallow right, the center fielder shaded toward right, and the right fielder played down the line. Ortiz grounded to short in the first, but doubled off the Wall in the third inning against the shift. Of the shift, Ortiz said "Crazy, man. But whatever they do, they can't catch the ball if you hit it off the Green Monster," referring to the 37-foot wall in left field. The Red Sox had runners on base in Ortiz' other at- bats, forcing the Rays to stick with the over-shift that's usually in play when the slugger comes to the plate. Only the very best hitters, like the late great Ted Williams and superstar Barry Bonds are subjected to such radical fielding strategies.
7 He finished among the top five in American League Most Valuable Player voting in 2003 (fifth), 2004 (fourth) and 2005 (second). No other player in baseball has ranked in the top five in A.L. M.V.P. voting in each of the last three years.
8 Came in second in American League Most Valuable Player voting in 2005, finishing 24 votes behind winner Alex Rodríguez of the Yankees, whom the Red Sox had tried to acquire before the 2004 season. Rodríguez, a fine-fielding third- baseman who won two Gold Gloves as a shortstop, beat out Ortiz, a non-fielding designated hitter, earning 16 first-place votes and 331 points versus Ortiz's 11 first- place votes and 307 points. "David Ortiz is a great player...," Rodríguez said of his rival. "I'd certainly trade his World Series championship for this MVP trophy." For the 2005 season, Ortiz batted .300 with a career-best 47 home runs, 148 RBIs, 119 runs, 102 walks, a .604 slugging percentage and a .397 on-base percentage in 159 games. He was listed first or second on every MVP ballot cast. Ortiz won the Players Choice Award as the AL's outstanding player after leading the Majors in RBIs and ranking among AL leaders in extra-base hits (first with 88), home runs (second), slugging (second), walks (second), total bases (third), and runs (third).
9 Made his MLB debut on 9/2/1997 as a Minnesota Twin. He was signed by the Red Sox at the beginning of the 2003 season.


1 Spitting on his hands before an at-bat


1 [following the Boston Marathon bombings] This jersey that we wear today, it doesn't say "Red Sox." It say "Boston." We want to thank you, Mayor Menino, Governor Patrick, the whole police department for the great job that they did this past week. This is our fucking city, and ain't nobody gonna dictate our freedom. Stay strong.


Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Blimp Award Kids' Choice Awards, USA Most Enthusiastic Athlete



Patriots Day 2016 David Ortiz
Wicked Bites 2014 TV Series
Judging Amy 2005 TV Series Miguel Juarez


David Ortiz: The Last Walk Off 2016 TV Series executive producer
Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave 2014 TV Series executive producer


Gone Baby Gone 2007 thanks


Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2004 TV Series Himself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2004 TV Series Himself
2004 World Series 2004 TV Mini-Series Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated Hitter
2004 American League Championship Series 2004 TV Series Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated Hitter
2004 MLB All-Star Game 2004 TV Special Himself - AL First Baseman: Boston Red Sox
Still We Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie 2004 Documentary Himself
2003 American League Championship Series 2003 TV Series Himself - Boston Red Sox Designatd Hitter
2002 American League Championship Series 2002 TV Series Himself
David Ortiz: The Last Walk Off 2016 TV Series Himself
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2016 TV Series Himself
David Ortiz: In the Moment 2014 TV Movie documentary Himself
Sunday Night Baseball 2002-2014 TV Series Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated Hitter / Himself - Boston Red Sox First Baseman / Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated hitter / ...
Survivor Series 2013 TV Special Himself
Late Show with David Letterman 2013 TV Series Himself - Guest
2013 World Series 2013 TV Mini-Series Himself
Ponchao 2013 Himself
The Cleveland Show 2013 TV Series Himself
2012 MLB All-Star Game 2012 TV Special Himself - AL Designated Hitter: Boston Red Sox
Jaque mate! 2012 Himself
2011 MLB All-Star Game 2011 TV Special Himself - AL Designated Hitter: Boston Red Sox
Prime 9 2009-2011 TV Series Himself
30 for 30 2010 TV Series documentary Himself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2010 TV Series Himself
Rachael Ray 2009 TV Series Himself
Historia del Béisbol Dominicano 2009 Documentary Himself
2008 MLB All-Star Game 2008 TV Special Himself - AL Designated Hitter, Boston Red Sox
Live with Kelly and Michael 2008 TV Series Himself
Rome Is Burning 2008 TV Series Himself
Eigo de shabera-night 2008 TV Series Himself
Playball 2008 Himself
2007 World Series: Boston Red Sox vs. Colorado Rockies 2007 TV Mini-Series Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated Hitter
2007 American League Championship Series 2007 TV Series Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated Hitter
2007 MLB All-Star Game 2007 TV Special Himself - AL Starting First Baseman, Boston Red Sox
2006 MLB All-Star Game 2006 TV Special Himself
History Rings True: Red Sox Opening Day Ring Ceremony 2005 Video documentary Himself
2005 MLB All-Star Game 2005 TV Special Himself - AL Starting Designated Hitter: Boston Red Sox
Faith Rewarded: The Historic Season of the 2004 Boston Red Sox 2004 Video documentary Himself - Red Sox Designated Hitter

Archive Footage

Mike & Mike 2013-2016 TV Series Himself - Boston Red Sox / Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated Hitter / Himself - Boston Red Soxq
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2016 TV Series Himself - Discussing Favorite Movies
Knuckleball! 2012 Documentary Himself - Boston Red Sox Designated Hitter (uncredited)
Prime 9 2010 TV Series Himself
Rome Is Burning 2007-2009 TV Series Himself
Reverse of the Curse of the Bambino 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself

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