David Ortiz selling baseball mementos, household items

Shelburne, Isola pick what they'd want from Ortiz's estate sale (0:38)

Ramona Shelburne jokes that she'd want to buy David Ortiz's treadmill as it's likely been "lightly used" while Frank Isola wants to buy a grill and the bat Big Papi used to get two hits off of Mariano Rivera so he could burn the bat. (0:38)

WESTON, Mass. -- Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is cleaning house, and you might be surprised by what he's selling.

The man known as Big Papi is, of course, selling tons of memorabilia from his baseball career. But he is also selling other sundry goods, including a neon Rolls Royce sign, a backyard composter and a stone owl sculpture, at an estate sale scheduled for Saturday at his home in the affluent Boston suburb of Weston.

"In addition to some exceptional sports memorabilia, you'll find beautiful furniture and decor, women's designer clothing and accessories, gym equipment, game room tables and more," the company running the sale said on its website.

The baseball-related items for sale include framed jerseys, Ortiz bobbleheads, Big Papi commemorative Coca-Cola bottles, signed Red Sox photographs and a Boston Bruins jersey with the name Ortiz and his No. 34 on the back.

The three-time World Series champion and his wife put the six-bedroom, 8,100-square-foot home on the market last year for $6.3 million, but it is not currently listed.