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Holy Cow!

Boston Herald sports back page Jan. 21, 2009

Herald Pounds Papi

Callahan: The Papi Problem

Gerry Callahan, 1.21.09: "Ortiz, who turned 33 (officially) in November, vowed to get in top shape this offseason, but there are some skeptics in the Sox front office. Will there be a noticeable difference in his body when he reports to Fort Myers in three weeks? Like Vaughn, Ortiz always has relied on his strength and power, and it�s hard to imagine he�s now running the beach or jumping rope... Well, you can be sure Theo Epstein and Co. wouldn�t mind seeing a little effort from Ortiz, maybe a body fat percentage somewhere between Obama�s and Oprah�s."

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