There are many people jumping on the Boston Red Sox bandwagon for 2016 after some impressive moves in the offseason. But the success of this team rests on the shoulders of two players who were acquired last season.
David Ortiz is suing a California jeweler for selling him pieces of gold and diamond jewelry that were fake or of low value. The sports star purchased the jewelry for $127,000 in 2010 before finding out its real value from an appraiser.
Even though the Boston Red Sox beat their American League East rivals, the Baltimore Orioles, in Saturday night's game, David Ortiz wasn't too happy thanks to what he believed to be bad umpire calls.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) appears to be letting the Boston Red Sox off the hook for fines after player David Ortiz delivered a short passionate speech that included the F word.