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Ortiz visits young patients at MGH

By Mark Shanahan GLOBE STAFF  NOVEMBER 12, 2015 David Ortiz isn’t a big fan of cold weather, but if the Sox slugger has to be in Boston in November, he’d just as soon spend it with the young patients at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children. Thursday, Big Papi, whose David Ortiz Children’s Fund and World […]

James van Riemsdyk stepping up for Maple Leafs

By: Mark Zwolinski Sports reporter, Published on Tue Oct 13 2015 Dion Phaneuf, unquestionably, is the captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs. But a question mark continues to hover as to which player is the team’s most dominant player, their on-ice leader. James van Riemsdyk, in some corners, was unofficially given that lofty title. The […]

HeavySwing Named the Official Training Bat of Toronto Blue Jays’ Edwin Encarnación

BALTIMORE OCTOBER 07, 2015 Baltimore-based baseball and softball training bat company, HeavySwing today announced a strategic partnership with Toronto Blue Jays first baseman and designated hitter, Edwin Encarnación, naming HeavySwing the Official Training Bat of Edwin Encarnación. “When I first trained with HeavySwing products, I knew that handle-weighted training was the best way to strengthen […]

David Ortiz honored for reaching 500-homer milestone

By Nick Cafardo David Ortiz said he would take winning a World Series any day over hitting 500 home runs. But with no chance at the Fall Classic this season, he was honored by the Red Sox before Monday night’s 8-7 win against the Rays for reaching the 500-homer milestone in Tampa Bay Sept. 12. […]

David Ortiz built Hall of Fame career with 500 homers, playoff stardom

BY TOM VERDUCCI f you needed one sentence to understand why David Ortiz has had a Hall of Fame career, try this: He is the only player in baseball history to hit 500 home runs and win three world championships without playing for the Yankees. If you do include Yankees, he joins only Babe Ruth […]


By Mirin Fader The 250-meter indoor track at the VELO Sports Center in Carson, California, is steep — banking at 45 degrees — but Katie Uhlaender isn’t fazed. It’s early August, the first day of the USA Cycling National Championships. Uhlaender is a three-time Olympian and the 2012 world champion in skeleton – the sport […]

Ryan McDonagh now healthy and ‘comfortable’ being captain

By Howie Kussoy When Ryan McDonagh last appeared with the Rangers, the defenseman was dragging himself up and down the ice at Madison Square Garden, playing Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals on a broken right foot. After an offseason spent largely in a walking boot at his home in Minnesota, the captain still […]

Jays’ Edwin Encarnacion named AL’s best in August

By: The Canadian Press NEW YORK—After dominating at the plate for all of August, Toronto Blue Jays slugger Edwin Encarnacion has been named the American League’s player of the month. Toronto’s first baseman/designated hitter had a league-best .407 average for August, hitting 11 homers and driving in 35 runs over that span. He also finished […]

Detroit Red Wings: Brad Richards Will Make a Big Difference

by Jack Mullen The Detroit Red Wings‘ signing of veteran center Brad Richards was most certainly a surprise to all. Obviously, general manager Ken Holland‘s primary target (and thankfully eventual acquisition) was defenseman Mike Green, and the team reportedly kicked tires on some scoring wingers, but the middle-six center didn’t seem to be on the […]

Hartnett: Ryan McDonagh Is A Hero, And It Has Nothing To Do With Hockey

By Sean Hartnett As captain of the Rangers, Ryan McDonagh wears a stitched “C” just above his heart. Long before he was named team captain in October 2014, McDonagh showed just how big his heart is by playing a hands-on role in the mentorship of Gino Mangiafridda, a former Pelham High School hockey player who […]

David Ortiz stars in hilarious Dunkin’ Donuts commercial with Gronk

By Sam Cooper Dunkin’ Donuts was founded and is based in the Boston area, so it’s no surprise the company enlisted two of Boston’s biggest sports stars – New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski andBoston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz – for its new iced coffee commercial. And in true Gronk and Big […]

As Rangers captain, Ryan McDonagh is Mark Messier 2.0

BY FILIP BONDY Ryan McDonagh skipped the on-ice practice again on Thursday, although he was there beforehand for the coach’s prep session and he was there afterward to meet the media. He doesn’t have to do this, be so darned diligent. Mark Messier, another captain from another golden era, skipped many so-called voluntary practices during […]

Ryan McDonagh Grew Into Role as Rangers’ Captain

By PAT PICKENSAPRIL 28, 2015 GREENBURGH, N.Y. — When Ryan McDonagh was named the captain of the Rangers in October, his goal was to remain unchanged as a player, a person and a leader in the dressing room. A stalwart, two-way defenseman from St. Paul, McDonagh had a breakthrough season during the club’s run to […]

McDonagh fully acclimated to role as Rangers captain

By Dan Rosen – NHL.com Senior Writer PITTSBURGH — Ryan McDonagh felt earlier this season that if he figured out how to marry being the New York Rangers captain and their top defensemen he’d start to resemble the player who earned each of those titles through his performance last season. It was a union that took some time […]

David Ortiz To Appear On Maine Lottery Tickets

By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large | Sports Business Daily Red Sox DH David Ortiz later this week will become the first MLBer to appear on a state lottery ticket. The Maine Lottery will put tickets on sale Thursday at its 1,300 retail locations and the image of Big Papi will appear on them, something permissible by […]

In the Rangers’ time of need, their captain comes to the rescue

By Larry Brooks If this was one in which the Rangers stepped up — and it was, this throwback 6-5 victory at a-rockin’-and-a-rollin’ Coliseum — then it was also one in which Ryan McDonagh stepped up his level to where it had been last year as an emerging Norris Trophy candidate but hasn’t been on a […]

Manuel labor of love

RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com LAST YEAR, two 70-something, lifelong baseball men needed a respite from the unforgiving Florida summer sun. Former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel and longtime Phillies minor league coach Mike Compton took in a Gulf Coast League game in Tampa. They watched. They waited. They sweated. “It was 12 o’clock, it was […]

At DH, Nobody Better Than David Ortiz

By Peter Abraham Boston Globe It’s a rare treat to walk through the gates of a ballpark, take your seat, and watch a player who is the best there ever was at his position. For Red Sox fans, though, it’s a common occurrence with designated hitter David Ortiz. Big Papi has the most career games, hits, home […]

Ryan McDonagh Adjusting to Life as NY Rangers Captain Just Fine by Being Himself

BY PAT LEONARD NY Daily News Alain Vigneault specified when he named Ryan McDonagh captain in October that McDonagh should be himself and not feel pressure to become something more. But early on, the defenseman’s transition to wearing the ‘C’ did not go smoothly. McDonagh’s in-game performance was subpar. And his postgame comments were noticeably crafted as […]

Brad Richards Finds Chemistry and Comfort in Chicago

BY SARAH BARSHOP SI.com Washington, D.C.—When the New York Rangers bought out the final six years of Brad Richards’ nine-year, $60 million contract last June, the veteran center knew what he was leaving in New York—friends and teammates, and the opportunity to play in the big city he had grown to love. But the idea of going […]

Brad Richards Is Finding His Legs With the Blackhawks

By PAT PICKENS DEC. 10, 2014 NEWARK — When the Los Angeles Kings’ Alec Martinez scored the overtime goal that ended last season’s Stanley Cup finals, he also ended the tumultuous Brad Richards era in New York. The status of Richards’s hefty contract was a subject of speculation the minute the 2012 lockout allowed compliance buyouts, and […]