“Who’s Your Daddy Now, Baby?”- Shirtless San Diego Padres Star Goes After MLB Legend David Ortiz After A Famous NLDS Win

“Who’s Your Daddy Now, Baby?”- Shirtless San Diego Padres Star Goes After MLB Legend David Ortiz After a Famous NLDS Win

After a decent first half and a dull second half in the 2022 regular season, the San Diego Padres have been hot in the postseason. Players like Manny Machado, Juan Soto, and Jose Musgrove, have been clinical for the Padres when it mattered the most.

Even though the Padres made it to the postseason, almost no one believed that they would go on to beat the New York Mets and the mighty LA Dodgers in the knockout rounds. But here they are. While the Padres were celebrating their NLDS victory, MLB legend, David Ortiz, had a quick call with Machado. And the two got involved in a hilarious conversation.
Manny Machado roasts the Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz after winning the NLDS

The Manny Machado and Juan Soto-starred team have to the NLCS this year. Not to forget that the Padres will play their first Championship Series in the 21st century. When the Padres slugger Manny Machado was celebrating the victory over the Dodgers, he got a call from Ortiz.

While talking to Machado, Ortiz tried to troll the Padres slugger with a bear joke. But Machado hit back at Ortiz and roasted him with an even better line. Here is how the conversation went.

Ortiz: “ Sometimes, I like to poke the bear. Did I poke you the other day when I said your father is Padres?”

Manny Machado: “ Who is your daddy…? Who is your daddy now, baby?”

In the end, the two shared a good laugh.
Can the Padres do the unthinkable?

When the 2022 regular season started, almost no baseball fans considered the San Diego Padres as the championship favorite. And now, when they have knocked out the best baseball team of the season, the Manny Machado-starred team has emerged as the new favorite to win the World Series.

Notably, the Padres will play the Phillies in the NLCS. And if things go their way, the San Diego Padres might have their hands on silverware.

Do you think the padres stand a chance to win the championship ahead of the Astros and Phillies this year? Let us know your precious opinions in the comment box below.

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