DAVID BREWSTER • dbrewster@startribune.com Tuesday_05/26/09_Minneapolis TWINS vs. BOSTON RED SOCKS ] David Ortiz takes off his wrist guards after being walked in the 4th inning.

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David Ortiz Is Doing Well.

Big Papi may be out of the hospital in no time.

“This morning, David’s condition was upgraded to ‘good’ by his doctors and he continues to make progress with his recovery in the Intensive Care Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital,” the team said in a statement on Tuesday morning. “We remain grateful to everyone who has helped David through this ordeal, both in the Dominican Republic and here in Boston.”

They continued, “David’s journey to good health has been bolstered by the many expressions of love that have come to us from across the globe. Your support has lifted his spirits tremendously during this challenging time.”

Prayers up for Big Papi as he continues on his road to recovery.

An XXXtentacion Documentary Has Been Announced.

A year after his, the hip-hop community is still recovering from the loss of XXXtentacion.

“I think catastrophic is the word,” Shami said during a Beats 1 Radio interview last summer. “His loss is catastrophic. There’s a whole generation of youth that looked to him for a voice. I think that watching him mature as a human being in just like, the 14 months that I knew him—16 months, whatever it was. I mean, to see him go from a child—he was 18 years old when I met him in the jail and did a record deal with me, to where he was at now, just before he passed away…just the conversations he was having with me, and the things that he was focused on, and the things that he wanted to accomplish, showed the potential of what he was going to contribute to the world.”

No word on when we can expect it to drop, but it looks like a documentary may be on the way, according to a post shared to the late rapper’s Instagram account.

Check out the post, which includes a preview of the doc, below:

 

Here’s a First Pic From DMX’s New Movie.

ICYMI, DMX is headed back to the big screen as a detective in the fortchoming film, Chronicle of a Serial Killer. TMZ nabbed the first photo of him on set, which you can check out here.

“The director, Steve Stanulis, tells TMZ … when his casting director suggested X for the role, he knew it was a perfect fit, and the rapper didn’t even have to audition,” TMZ shares. “Steve says he has no doubt DMX is ‘going to bring a different dynamic to the role.’

Filming just started in New York, and Steve says he’s excited to bring DMX into the fold.”

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