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Luis Ortiz  2018 - 2018P
Luis Ortiz  1993 - 19963B
Luis Ortiz  12/22/1984P
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Luis Ortiz  10/28/1986P
Luis Ortiz  3/14/19922B
Luis Ortiz  12/20/1991P
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  • Scouting Lewis Brinson and Luis Ortiz
    in FanGraphs by Eric Longenhagen - 8/1/2016 -  3
    be the first to compare Luis Ortiz's build to that of Rich Garces, and I won't be the last, for it is apt. Ortiz is 6-foot-3 and pushing 250 and obviously lacks any modicum of physical projection

  • What Is Wrong With David Ortiz
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Kory - 6/4/2015 -  68
    David Ortiz is hitting -- that is, to the extent he has stood in the batters box with a bat and hit a pitched ball and run towards first base. He is hitting, that is, in that he is and has been

  • David Ortiz's Contract Complaints
    in FanGraphs by Steve Slowinski - 8/8/2011 -  46
    I came across this blurb a couple days ago over at HardBall Talk (originally from ESPN Boston): “David [Ortiz] is (too) proud and respectful to say how he feels in public, but the guy feels hurt

  • Wainwright, Ortiz, and Facing the Monster
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/29/2013 -  29
    , Wainwright threw six pitches to David Ortiz. If you were watching, you understand, because the extended at-bat felt a little like theater. There was nobody on and there was one out, but it felt like

  • Assigning Responsibility for David Ortiz
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/14/2013 -  65
    , and it was sharply struck, but that was a fairly obvious run-scoring situation, and more importantly, what people are really going to remember is David Ortiz. What was on people's minds at the time was David Ortiz

  • David Ortiz and the Meaningful Meaningless
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/24/2013 -  11
    , a weird game, and the Cardinals never got themselves righted, but if you're in search of the amazing, you look to the bottom of the seventh. When David Ortiz came to the plate, Boston's chances

  • David Ortiz's Power Decline
    in FanGraphs by Dave Allen - 2/24/2010 -  33
    Yesterday I looked at David Ortiz's decline in plate discipline values. Today I am going to turn to his power numbers. Because of Ortiz's inclusion on the leaked 2003 list of players who tested

  • When to Walk David Ortiz
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 10/30/2013 -  9
    It is a bit of an exaggeration to say that David Ortiz has been the Red Sox' whole offense during the World Series, but only a bit, as he is hitting .733/.750/1.267 in the Series so far. Of course

  • David Ortiz Accepts Arbitration
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 12/7/2011 -  9
    Ever since he's joined the Red Sox, David Ortiz has been an elite designated hitter. Even in the bad years. It might seem like a slight to the slugger that he has reportedly decided to accept

  • Is Ortiz Powering Back Up?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Allen - 6/23/2009 -  23
    David Ortiz had a horrible start to the season, going the first month and a half (154 PAs) without a home run. But recently he has turned it around, hitting five home runs since June 6th. Does

  • The Byrd/Ortiz Play
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 7/14/2010 -  43
    Broxton pitching) John Buck reached on fielder’s choice to right (Fly). David Ortiz out at second. In case you didn’t see it, you can watch it here. Ortiz was waiting to see if Buck’s short fly

  • Making Up For Ortiz (Sorta)
    in FanGraphs by David Appelman - 5/29/2007 -  7
    , Hideki Okajima. For the past two seasons, David Ortiz has racked up more WPA than any other player in baseball by adding an incredible 17 wins to his team. About one-third of the way

  • Fielder and Ortiz: Contact Hitters
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 6/9/2011 -  26
    rebounding to prior levels. However, there is one other example of a big slugger miraculously improving his contact rate almost overnight, and it's happening right now in Boston. David Ortiz has

  • What if This Is the Real Luis Severino?
    in Community by Tim Jackson - 5/14/2017 -  0
    Stating exactly what Luis Severino would be at the start of the season was a puzzle. He flashed such different versions of himself over the previous two years that there was no telling if he’d stick

  • It's Not Just Luis Severino's Velocity
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 6/27/2018 -  5
    Luis Severino currently ranks second among all major-league pitchers in WAR. He's third by park-adjusted ERA, he's first by park-adjusted FIP, and he's sixth by park-adjusted xFIP, and he's done

  • Luis Perdomo Dislikes Thrillers
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 9/17/2009 -  3
    Back in the early part of the summer I wrote about Padres’ long-man Luis Perdomo. To call him a mop-up man is being generous. His average leverage index is 0.26, which is almost half of the next

  • Luis Valbuena: Bueno, or No?
    in RotoGraphs by Robert J. Baumann - 10/23/2014 -  2
    This is an article about Luis Valbuena. What follows might be rendered moot if Kris Bryant wins the Cubs' third base job out of spring training next year. Even if Bryant doesn't do so, he's probably

  • Luis Severino's Breakout Season
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 6/5/2017 -  19
    At this time last year, Luis Severino had just finished up his second minor-league start of the season. It was only his second minor-league start of the season because he had started the season

  • A Luis Severino Update
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 9/24/2015 -  3
    After his first nine Major League starts, Luis Severino has somehow failed to excite any of us RotoGraphers enough to convince us to write an article about him. So here it is, finally. Before

  • David Ortiz Has Refused to Decline
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 11/17/2015 -  81
    was the best hitter on the team. He was never toast until he was. It's hard to look into the toaster. Next season is going to be David Ortiz's last. The official announcement is apparently coming

  • David Ortiz and the Very Large Hall
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 11/1/2013 -  156
    The Hall of Fame buzz around David Ortiz is understandable given the amazing World Series he just had. With few exceptions, Ortiz has been an outstanding hitter since coming to Boston in 2003

  • David Ortiz's Plate Discipline Decline
    in FanGraphs by Dave Allen - 2/23/2010 -  37
    . That is not to say that the Red Sox would not like to score a ton of runs. And one place they will hope to get more production from this year is the DH and David Ortiz. Ortiz had a down year in 2009

  • Is David Ortiz Back To Being Rosterable?
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Axisa - 5/18/2010 -  6
    June 5th last year were considered his last hurrah. But then something strange happened. The calender turned to May, and all of a sudden Ortiz started hitting again. Quite literally too, he hit two

  • Players' View: Farewell David Ortiz
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 10/3/2016 -  8
    David Ortiz was feted at Fenway Park yesterday. The 40-year-old slugger will retire following the postseason, and he’s deserving of any and all accolades that come his way. “Big Papi” finished

  • FanGraphs Audio: In the Clubhouse with Luis Exposito
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 5/10/2012 -  1
    Episode 180 David Laurila, curator of FanGraphs’ Q&A Series, talks to catcher Luis Exposito, who recently made his major-league debut with Baltimore not long after being DFA'd by Boston. Don't

  • Q&A: David Ortiz and Justin Verlander
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 6/8/2012 -  19
    It goes without saying that David Ortiz and Justin Verlander are among the most dominant players of their era. The Red Sox slugger has a career .284/.379/.545 slash line and 391 home runs; the Tigers