That’s all old news, of course, but for Ortiz, the wounds are still fresh.
“It was humiliating. There’s no reason a guy like me should go through that,” Ortiz said in Spanish to USA Today’s Jorge L. Ortiz. “All I was looking for was two years, at the same salary … and look at my numbers this year. Tell me if they wouldn’t have been better off.
“And yet they don’t hesitate to sign other guys "
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