It looks like Bad Bunny is a fan favorite in the Dodgers clubhouse, as several players will be showing the artist support this season with their walk-up songs. Not only will Freddie Freeman be walking up to Bad Bunny’s “Titi Mi Pregunta”, but Miguel Rojas will also be playing “25/8”.
With all the love players are already showing Bad Bunny this year, the Dodgers infielder tweeted out how he wants to give the Puerto Rican artist tickets to a Dodger game this season.
Bad Bunny has reciprocated love to the franchise, after sporting a green Dodgers cap while accepting a GRAMMY for Best Música Urbana Album at the 65th GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles.
Bad Bunny has become one of the biggest artists in the world. Last weekend at FanFest, Freeman revealed how his son, Charlie, helped him pick out his walk-up song, “Tití Me Preguntó”. Bad Bunny clearly has a strong fan base that stretches across many countries and many generations.
“Tití Me Preguntó” was one of the singer’s top-10 hits in 13 countries and comes from Bad Bunny’s GRAMMY-winning album, “Un Verano Sin Ti”. It was the most streamed album in 2022 and will certainly be played many times at Dodger Stadium this upcoming season.
Hopefully, the musical star will get a chance to watch some of baseball’s greatest stars, as Rojas works to get Bad Bunny to see the Boys in Blue this upcoming season.
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