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    Former Boston Red Sox slugger and Dominican star David Ortiz is out of surgery and doing "fine," according to his family, after he was shot Sunday at a club in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

    Ortiz's media assistant, Leo Lopez, told ESPN's Enrique Rojas that Ortiz is stable but still in intensive care.

    "Doctors say he is out of danger, but he is heavily sedated and will be in intensive care for the next 24 hours," Lopez said.

    Lopez, a veteran reporter, said the operation lasted six hours and was performed by three doctors, led by Dr. Abel Gonzalez. The team had to remove part of Ortiz's intestines and colon, as well as his gallbladder. Ortiz suffered liver damage.
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    Now he's Not-as-Big Papi... That bullet didn't mess around.

    As a DH who couldn't field the position and the steroid rumors, I detested what Ortiz did for the sport but everyone seems to think he's a "good guy". I hope he makes a full recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeHoof View Post
    Now he's Not-as-Big Papi... That bullet didn't mess around.

    As a DH who couldn't field the position and the steroid rumors, I detested what Ortiz did for the sport but everyone seems to think he's a "good guy". I hope he makes a full recovery.
    He couldn’t field left field so I hope he dies.

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