Miguel Rojas Offers Dodgers Tickets To Bad Bunny

Dodger Stadium has played home to some of the most well-known celebrities on the planet, and after Miguel Rojas saw the Los Angeles Dodgers being represented at the 65th annual GRAMMY Awards, Bad Bunny might be the next in attendance.

In his second stint with the Dodgers, Rojas has hit the ground running, working with Miguel Vargas to refine his defense and signing a contract extension with a club option for the 2025 season.

The 33-year-old is also taking notice of the stars in the city after Bad Bunny wore a Dodgers hat during the GRAMMYs.

Rojas took note of his attire when the Puerto Rican native was accepting his award for “Un Verano Sin Ti,” the singer’s fourth album. Rojas took to social media and invited Bad Bunny to a game at Dodger Stadium, offering to cover the cost of tickets, and announced plans to use a record of his for a walk-up song.

Other Dodgers players, including All-Star first baseman Freddie Freeman announced his walk up song was chosen by his son Charlie, who is a fan of Bad Bunny himself.

“He has no idea what the words mean. He likes to dance to the song. We had it playing on the way up here. There’s a clean version, so I think I can pull it off,” Freeman said during Dodgers Fan Fest.

Freeman also quipped, “It really fits me.”

Rojas’ invite to Bad Bunny might be a longshot, but the strong ties to the community and his love for the Dodgers might be enough to get him out to a game during the 2023 season.

Bad Bunny played in 2022 All-Star celebrity softball game at Dodger Stadium

Hollywood-level stars and former Major League Baseball players took part in a celebrity game during All-Star events at Dodger Stadium last year.

Among those who participated were Bad Bunny, Andre Ethier, Hunter Pence, Quavo, JoJo Siwa, Chloe Kim, Action Bronson, Bryan Cranston, CC Sabathia, Jennie Finch and J.K. Simmons.

Bad Buddy’s Team L.A. couldn’t clinch a win, but he received large ovations from the crowd and even united both Vladimir Guerreo Sr. and David Ortiz during the game which drew waves of cheers.

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