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FutureStarrDavid Ortiz Wife OR
Sorry, this wasn’t meant to be politically charged.
Tiffany Ortiz announced their breakup on Instagram on Monday, writing that they will continue to be “friends and co-parents to our amazing children”
"We have made the decision to go into a new phase of our life journey together, not as a couple, but as friends and co-parents to our amazing children," she added. The couple share children D'Angelo and Alexandra together. David, 46, also has a daughter, Jessica, from a previous relationship. (Source: people.com In 2007, Tiffany and David co-founded the David Ortiz Children's Fund, a charity organization that "provides essential support for children in the Dominican Republic and in New England who cannot afford the critical cardiac services they need." (Source:people.com))
Tiffany, who started dating David in 1996 and wed the Boston Red Sox legend in 2002, revealed the news in an Instagram post on Monday. "Over the past 25 years, David and I have shared a beautiful adventure in love and partnership," Tiffany captioned a black-and-white photo of the pair sitting at what appears to be a table at a wedding reception.
The wife of retired Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz announced the couple is splitting up. Tiffany Ortiz wrote on Instagram that she and the baseball star, known as Big Papi, "made the decision to go into a new phase of our life journey." Her message did not specify any details but said she and Ortiz would continue "as friends and co-parents to our amazing children."This is not the first time the two have announced a separation. In 2013 the couple announced they were seeking a divorce but later reconciled. The couple has three children. Ortiz is currently a candidate for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.Ortiz is now five years removed from his Major League Baseball retirement. He now works as an MLB studio analyst for Fox Sports and appears in various commercials.He played 20 MLB seasons, including 14 seasons with the Red Sox.Ortiz, 46, who was primarily a designated hitter, ranks among the best all-time in several offensive categories. He totaled 1,192 extra-base hits (8th all-time), 541 home runs (17th), 1,778 runs batted in (23rd) and 632 doubles (12th). (Source: www.wcvb.com)