Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman has picked this season’s walkup song with a little help from his son, Charlie.
Freeman revealed that his son chose Bad Bunny’s “Tití Me Preguntó” as his song. It appears as though it is the youngster’s favorite tune at the moment.
Bad Bunny has become one of the biggest artists in the world— and clearly, even the youngest of generations enjoy listening to his music. “Tití Me Preguntó,” is one of the singer’s top-10 hits in 13 countries.
Thankfully for the Freemans, Charlie doesn’t actually understand what the Puerto Rican artist is saying in the lyrics. The six-time MLB All-Star established that he would be using a clean version.
“I looked up the English version of the lyrics, and I was like ‘Uh, I don’t know if I can really do that. But he doesn’t know what the words mean.”
“There’s a clean version, so I think I can pull it off. I showed my wife the lyrics, though, and she wasn’t too thrilled.”
Regardless of the song’s meaning, fans can simply look forward to getting hyped each time the 2020 MVP steps up to the plate as he chases after another successful season.
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