With a renewed contract, David Ortiz will remain a mainstay of the Boston Red Sox franchise moving forward.
He is arguably the greatest clutch performer of all time given his postseason performances, particularly in 2004. Sometimes it seems like Ortiz is still being paid for that alone, but he is a fan favorite and has continued to produce despite his age.
But how does he stack up against the best in Red Sox history?
There are players with retired numbers at Fenway Park, like Joe Cronin, who are quintessential Hall of Famers, but earned much of their fame with teams other than Boston.
There are even some players, like Jimmie Foxx, who turned in Hall of Fame careers with multiple teams, but have not been recognized by any of them.
The list of the greatest Red Sox players of all time looks back at well over a century now.
Does David Ortiz have a place on it?