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David Américo Ortiz Arias (born November 18, 1975), nicknamed "Big Papi" or "Señor Papi", is a Major League Baseball player currently playing for the Boston Red Sox. He has won two championships with the Red Sox and was named the 2004 American League Championship Series MVP.
- "The only question I have for New York is 'Who's your Papi?'"
- About the quote: After Ortiz's home run in extra innings won the game, and in response to the New York Yankees fans chanting "Who's your Daddy?"
- "You know, I'm not a guy who's going to steal bases, but we needed a run and we didn't have any action from the hitters, so that's why I went."
- About the quote: After the stocky player tried to steal second during the ALCS, his first attempt at stealing a base since joining the Red Sox in 2003.
- Simple: I'm not somebody who steals bases, but since we needed a run and nobody else would steal a base, I stole a base to get that run.
- "We keep on fighting, we keep on playing. We won tonight and we're going to try to keep on winning."
- Simple: We keep on fighting and playing. We won the game tonight and we will keep on winning.
- "That's basketball, man. One guy can do it in basketball. This is baseball. You need more than one guy."
- Simple: In basketball, it can take one person to help his team win a game. In baseball, the whole team has to work to win the game.