On July 27, 2013, Ortiz was so incensed at getting called out on strikes in a game at Camden Yards that after being ejected, he broke the dugout phone with his bat.
After the video of that moment was played, Orioles center fielder Adam Jones came on to the field and presented Ortiz with the phone he broke more than three years ago.
Ortiz was tight-lipped about his thoughts on receiving the phone, but he thanked the Orioles for recognizing him.
"It was alright," said Ortiz. "You know, I just thank Baltimore for the memories and see you in the playoffs."
The Orioles then presented a check for $10,000 in Ortiz's name to the World Pediatric Project, which helps critically ill children in the Dominican Republic.
Thursday marked Game No. 122 for Ortiz at Camden Yards, where he entered the night with 30 career home runs. He belted a single in his final regular-season at-bat there and received a standing ovation on his way back to the dugout after being forced out at second base.