GIF – David Ortiz gets what’s coming to him

little boy standing near david ortiz wearing his jersey

Yes, the Red Sox are still alive in the postseason.

Yes, 900-year-old David Ortiz is somehow a huge part of that, mashing two home runs in one game off Tampa Bay ace David Price in the ALDS.

And yes, we’re all resigned to cheering for the Detroit Tigers in the ALCS. While they’re not much more likable as a group then those dirty bearded scrubs from Beantown, at least you don’t see their “fans” at OPACY in pink hats nearly a dozen times a year.

On the bright side, Big Sloppy got a little bit of what he deserves during warm-ups in Tampa one night:

h/t Carne Cabeza

AGAIN! AGAIN AGAIN AGAIN AGAIN!

Thank you, child.

According to @corkgaines, who put together the GIF, that’s Ortiz’s son. Guess he doesn’t want any more siblings.

Anyway, hopefully that’s a harbinger of things to come in the ALCS. For all of “Red Sox Nation.” /vomits

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