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D'Angelo Ortiz learns about batting from dad, David Ortiz

06/18/2007 at 12:59 PM ET

Little D’Angelo Ortiz, age 2, listens closely to his father’s, David Ortiz, batting advice on Sunday, June 17 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. David, a player with the Boston Red Sox was preparing for his game against the San Francisco Giants.

D’Angelo is named after his paternal grandmother, Angela Rosa Arias, who died in a car crash in 2002.

The 31-year-old and his wife, Tiffany, also have two daughters, Jessica, 10, and Alexandra, 6.



Source: Yahoo Sports

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Lauren on

BIG PAPI! (Sox fans get it, lol!) His son is adorable. I knew he had kids, but not their names or ages.

Dawn on

His son is adorable. Sportscenter showed a clip of him doing his dad’s batting ritual. It was so cute.

Laura on

Thanks for posting this!! Love Big Papi and his infectious smile and his son is absolutely adorable!

Karen on

Awww I love Big Papi, I wish he still played for the Twins though! He seems like such a great guy and great father.

Heidi on

Such cuties! Big Papi has the greatest smile, just lights up the room, and the look of concentration on his son’s face – so sweet!

FC on

D’Angelo is adorable, especially in his little baseball uniform. :)

Tania on

OMG!!!!! D’Angelo is so adorable ….. My mother is a big fan of David Ortiz and Boston Red Soxs. By the way I might go see them this year in summer in Boston with my family.Can’t wait to get a autograph!!!!

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