David Ortiz back to partying after getting shot in Dominican Republic

David Ortiz is partying once more after surviving a gunshot to the again over the summer time.

The previous Purple Sox slugger, 43, was noticed celebrating life with pro-athlete buddies at Miami hotspot Kiki on The River on Sunday night, an insider solely instructed Web page Six.

“He was not under the radar,” the supply stated. “He was sitting at a VIP table along the river with his friends chatting and dancing and taking photos with some fans too.”

The supply added, “He was in great spirits and the life of the party.”

We hear Massive Papi arrived round 9 p.m. and loved a bottle of Dom Perignon with Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco and NBA star Luis David Montero. We’re instructed they have been all seen “toasting each other” and so they additionally dined on Greek salad and grilled fish.

Ortiz and his crew partied till nearly midnight earlier than making their exit.

In June, the MLB legend nearly misplaced his life when he was shot as soon as within the again outdoors a nightclub in Santo Domingo. Ortiz underwent three surgical procedures to fix his wounded intestines and liver in addition to a harmful acute bacterial an infection and spent almost seven weeks within the hospital earlier than lastly being discharged on the finish of July.

Investigators have since launched a number of conflicting motives and suspects for the taking pictures, however Ortiz is ready for justice to be served.

“I want to find out who did this,” he instructed the Boston Globe in September. “I’m not going to sit around and chill if there’s somebody out there who wants to kill me.”

The Dominican Republic authorities have arrested 14 suspects in connection to the crime, however Ortiz continues to be stumped why anybody would need to off him.

“I don’t know why I was involved in something like this because I’m not the type of person who looks for trouble or causes trouble,” he instructed the paper. “All I worry about is trying to help people, about trying to do the right thing.”

Ortiz made his first public look since he was shot when he threw the primary pitch at a Purple Sox/Yankees sport at Fenway Park in September. He’s additionally set to return to his function as an analyst throughout Fox’s pre- and postgame MLB playoffs protection.

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