By David Ortiz
“Baseball enthusiasts of all loyalties will take pleasure in studying approximately [Ortiz’s] precise reports out and in of the game.” —Library Journal
David “Big Papi” Ortiz is a baseball icon and some of the most renowned figures ever to play the sport. A key a part of the Boston crimson Sox for fifteen years, Ortiz helped to win 3 international sequence, bringing again a storied franchise from “never wins” to “always wins.” He helped upend the doubters, the naysayers, and the nonbelievers, and, as he introduced balls into the stands many times and back, he captured the mind's eye of hundreds of thousands of fanatics. Ortiz made Boston and the pink Sox his domestic, his workplace, and his legacy. As he placed it: this is often our f*ing city.
In Papi, his final memoir, Ortiz opens up as by no means earlier than. the result's a revelatory, fly-on-the-wall tale of a occupation via a participant with much to claim on the finish of his time within the online game to which he gave lots and which gave lots to him.
“The upward push of Ortiz from scrap-heap bench participant to corridor of Famer is an not going and wonderful tale, and engagingly advised . . . The memoir lives as much as its ‘no-holds-barred’ billing.” —Washington Post
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