In this Oct. 13, 2013 photo, fans and Boston Police officer Steve Horgan celebrate as Detroit Tigers’ Torii Hunter falls over the right field fence into the bullpen trying to catch a grand slam hit by Boston Red Sox’ David Ortiz during Game 2 of the American League baseball championship series, in Boston. With one swing, Ortiz tied the game and helped the Red Sox send the AL championship series to Detroit tied one game apiece. (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Stan Grosfeld)
“I know this year hasn’t gone as we’d all like it. But please, please, everyone do not forget about that 2013 season- the worst to first, the tragedy of the Boston Marathon, everyone rallying around the city, the finish line, the duck boats, everything, celebrating at home. Might be down a little bit in the win/loss column right now, but do not let that erase any of those memories from last year that I get to wear a ring on my finger for. I’m proud to be a Red Sox for those times.” - Jonny Gomes
It’s something you’re born with and everybody needs to accept that. Hey, look, the way I see things, I love people the way they are. Especially if you are honest with yourself. You know what I’m saying?
It’s the (expletive) 21st century man. Get over it.
David Ortiz on playing with a gay teammate. As if we needed any more confirmation that David Ortiz is a national treasure.
I’d like to believe that most baseball players feel this way, but sadly, until a player comes out, we need to hear statements like this. Go read the whole article and try to get over the headline, “David Ortiz is OK with Gay."