A ‘powder keg” is defined as “a place or situation that is likely to become dangerous or violent soon; something liable to explode.” If that doesn’t describe the powder-soaked Red Sox offense at Fenway this year, I don’t know what does.

Saturday in the Park, you’d think it was the Fourth of July.

But David Ortiz! David Ortiz! David Ortiz! was the man who exploded on the Astros in yesterday’s 6-5, 11th inning comeback victory.

The Most Clutch Player in the History of Earth came through big three times in a classic baseball game that sent the Fenway Faithful and Papi’s People home happy.

When you walk off, you get the Powerade bath. #redsox #welovepapi #instantbaseball

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Mammoth home run to spark the offense in the third. Mind-numbing triple to tie it in the ninth. Bombastic double No. 600 to win it in the 11th.

David is Goliath and there really are no more words to describe his Disney movie farewell taking place right in front of our eyes.

Ortiz sits today against Houston, so expect a flood of tickets to hit the market this morning.

The upset of the year continues as Hanley “The Mad Bunter” Ramirez keeps on having fun out there.

Army softball players know how to finish things off, too.

Down the Cape, 55-plus guys are living the dream in weekly baseball league in Orleans and Chatham.

Speaking of retired guys, Derek Jeter knows how to live after hanging up the uniform.

David Ortiz remains the face of baseball, and Vin Scully remains the voice of baseball.

Is Fenway just unlucky? Are the fans just too damn close to the action? Do we need more netting? Do people need to pay better attention to the game? One of the lead stories on “Sunday Today with Willie Geist:”

Miss the old days of watching Celtics playoff basketball into June year after year after year, mostly thanks to Mr. Larry Bird.

OMG! Tom Brady wished Rob Gronkowski a Happy Birthday on Facebook yesterday! Can you believe it? Can you believe Gronk has birthdays? OMG!

ICYMI: The full E:60 piece on David Price. No wonder he stunk early, he had non-stop media and promotional commitments for months on end because he came to Boston.

Have a great Sunday.