David Ortiz plans to play another nine seasons. Or at least that's what he said jokingly in an interview with Jessica Moran.
"I'll probably retire at the age Tim Wakefield did," Ortiz said, adding that he was kidding and does not throw a knuckleball.
"As long as I feel good," he said. "I'm just 36 years old, I'm in good shape right now, and I feel good. That's all that matters.
President-elect Donald Trump made sure to thank a few of his supporters from New England -- particularly those at 1 Patriot Place -- during a speech on the eve of his inauguration to the nation's highest office.
Patriots chairman and CEO Robert Kraft, coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady all earned shout-outs from Trump. Kraft was one of many Trump donors present for a dinner at Washington, DC's Union Station, where he was singled out by the soon-to-be-president.
"In the audience we have somebody that's under no pressure whatsoever because he's got a great quarterback named Tom Brady and a great coach named Belichick: Bob Kraft," Trump said. "Good luck, Bob.
"Your friend Tom Brady just called. He feels good. He called to congratulate us. He feels good. Good luck. You're going to do great."
Trump gave one extra nod to Belichick, who he says taught him to out-work his competition.
"I out-worked everybody," Trump said. "I think I out-worked anyone who ever ran for office. I learned that from Belichick."
Brad Stevens talks with Brian Scalabrine what he has learned about coaching from Bill Belichick.