Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz said he had no doubts when he smashed his three-run home run down the right-field line in the eighth inning of Wednesday's game. Rangers manager Ron Washington suspected it was fair. But he still went out and asked the umpires to take a look at the replay. The review took 44 seconds, and the ruling was confirmed.
When it comes to David Ortiz, it should never come as a surprise when he delivers a game-breaking hit. The lefty slugger did just that in the bottom of the eighth inning, hitting a towering, three-run shot that was just fair down the line in right. With one swing, Ortiz erased Boston's one-run deficit and fueled his team to a 4-2 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday at Fenway Park.
I'm targeting Ortiz, even if it takes a third round pick. I'll catch some mockery in the draft room, but I'm not gonna be listening as I slot Big Papi in at first base and his production carries my team as far as it's carried the Red Sox. - Alex McCrum
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