“The…. WHO? Really?” David Ortiz prognosticates his front-runner for World Series 2022


“The…. WHO? Really?” David Ortiz prognosticates his front-runner for World Series 2022

David Ortiz

David Ortiz was deep into an exclusive interview recently, ‘Big Papi’ was recently added amongst the elite MLB Hall of Famers. He was asked about his prediction on the team who is going to win this year’s Major League Baseball World Series, although he took a while to answer the questions but his answer was filled with merriment.

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David Ortiz’s choice was a team that has to fight all the odds, including an odd which takes down a major contender for this year’s World Series, then and only then can that team earn a place in the playoffs.

The current teams to beat are the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, New York Mets, Atlanta Braves and maybe even the Milwaukee Brewers. What David Ortiz happily said was, “The Red Sox!”

David Ortiz did select his former team as the new champions but if we look at it statistically, as of August 2nd, 2022, the team is in a downward spiral and have a current record of 52 wins and 52 losses.

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David Ortiz gets things rolling in the Weed Business

David Ortiz
David Ortiz

David Ortiz was only four days into his Hall of Fame spotlight that he went ahead and announced that he is launching his own line of cannabis products. He was rumored earlier about taking a peek in this industry. Produced and sold by Revolutionary Clinics, his first product is a line of pre-rolled blunts called Sweet Sluggers.

Additional products such as vape cartridges, salves and a chocolate edible made with fair trade Dominican chocolate are also in the works. Although many athletes are seen having a business in this industry but plenty have had lives during their lives revolving around weed during their play time.

But David Oritz is one of those who was at a distance from the idea of marijuana use during his time with the Red Sox. “Big Papi represents the American dream and serves as an inspiration and reminder that diversity makes our country stronger — inside and outside cannabis.” said Andrew Kline, senior counsel of Cannabis Law and Policy at Perkins Coie LLP.

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