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Red Sox send best wishes, aircraft to David Ortiz

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The Boston Red Sox have sent their best wishes, and an aircraft, to ex-slugger David Ortiz after he was shot in the Dominican Republic. Red Sox President Sam Kennedy says the team is flying Ortiz back to Boston. (June 10)
 
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News video: David Ortiz shooting, mysterious deaths in DR hope to bring attention to case of missing local man

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After several tourist died recently in the Dominican Republic under suspicious circumstances and Boston Red Sox legend, Dominican native, David Ortiz was shot Sunday night, the Fornatora’s know attention is now focused on the island nation.

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