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By Sarah Larimer Sarah Larimer General assignment reporter covering national and breaking news Email Bio Follow June 22 at 7:44 PM Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, who was wounded in a shooting in the Dominican Republic earlier this month, has b

Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, who was wounded in a shooting in the Dominican Republic earlier this month, has been moved out of intensive care, his wife said in a statement Saturday.

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“David was moved out of the intensive care unit at Massachusetts General Hospital,” Tiffany Ortiz, Ortiz’s wife, said in the statement. The 43-year-old “remains in good condition,” the statement continued, and remains under the care of doctors.

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The #RedSox today issued the following statement on behalf of Tiffany Ortiz: pic.twitter.com/VJfNBdD17H

Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) June 22, 2019 Ortiz, who retired in 2016 , was shot in the back while he was at a nightclub on June 9 in Santo Domingo . He was flown to Boston after he underwent emergency surgery in the Dominican Republic.

Jean Alain Rodriguez, the attorney general of the Dominican Republic, said Ortiz was a victim of mistaken identity in the incident.

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Sarah Larimer Sarah Larimer is a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. She has previously worked at the Associated Press, TBD.com and Grantland. Follow

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