Even at age 37, Red Sox DH David Ortiz remains one of baseball's most prolific sluggers. He's hitting .309/.394/.608 (164 OPS+) with 13 home runs in 48 games this year after missing the first few weeks with heel problems. Since posting a 102 OPS+ and looking close to done in 2009, Big Papi has rebounded to produce a 153 OPS+ over the last four seasons. He's a hitting marvel.

Despite his status as one of the game's premier hitters, Ortiz told Rob Bradford of WEEI.com that he will not participate in the Home Run Derby this summer if he's asked to participate. Robinson Cano will captain the AL team and select three players to join him in the event.