bad bunny took the night in Celebrity Softball Game of the MLB. But not so much because of his performances but because he surprised the call David Ortiz to bat. Puerto Rican singer first surprised with Vladimir Guerrero Sr. but the ‘Latin power’ was enlarged when ‘big daddy’ entered the field of play at Dodger Stadium. Here we leave the video of the moment.
David Ortiz stood in a Dodger Stadium batter’s box again thanks to Bad Bunny calling him to take his turn at bat during the second inning of the Celebrity Softball Game organized by Major League Baseball.
The ‘Bad Rabbit’ surprised with his presence at the event but he ‘broke’ it even more when he first made Vladimir Guerrero Sr. go out on the field and one inning later he did it with the ‘Big Papi’.
The Celebrity All Star Game is one of the events held around the MLB All-Star Game. The Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium and the entire city are experiencing party days.
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