Filed under: Stream Red Sox News Red Sox Analysis David Ortiz Re-Signs With Red Sox Contributors: Cliff Corcoran, Ben Buchanan, and Marc Normandin Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: David Ortiz Re-Signs With Red Sox Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The Red Sox have re-signed David Ortiz to a two-year, $26 million contract. 8 Total Updates Since Sep 25, 2012, 1:02pm EDT Follow this stream November 7, 2012 Was Re-Signing Ortiz The Right Thing For Boston? By Cliff Corcoran Cliff Corcoran takes a look at whether or not the Red Sox made the right decision in re-upping their beloved DH November 2, 2012 Red Sox, David Ortiz Agree On Two-Year Deal By Ben Buchanan@OverTheMonster The Red Sox have agreed to re-sign David Ortiz to a two-year deal worth $26 million, keeping the designated hitter right where he belongs. November 2, 2012 Cafardo: Gap Between David Ortiz, Red Sox Closing By Marc Normandin@Marc_Normandin David Ortiz isn't signed yet, and could very well be a free agent, but the Sox might close out the deal just in time November 1, 2012 Bradford: David Ortiz Likely To Enter Free Agency By Marc Normandin@Marc_Normandin Boston might not sign David Ortiz before their negotiating window ends after all October 23, 2012 David Ortiz, Red Sox Finalizing New Deal By Ben Buchanan@OverTheMonster The Red Sox and David Ortiz are close to finalizing a new two-year deal--a move which should come as no surprise given the circumstances. October 15, 2012 Sox, Ortiz Hope To Have A Deal Before Free Agency By Marc Normandin@Marc_Normandin David Ortiz isn't technically a free agent yet, and Boston wants to lock him up before he is. October 9, 2012 McDonald: Red Sox To "Step Up" David Ortiz Talk By Marc Normandin@Marc_Normandin David Ortiz is set to be a free agent this off-season, but the Red Sox want to bring him back. September 25, 2012 Time To Pay David Ortiz In Years? By Marc Normandin@Marc_Normandin The Red Sox have paid David Ortiz plenty of money over the years, but maybe now it's time to pay him in multiple years.