Kiké Hernandez has been with the Boston Red Sox since 2021.
The 2023 campaign will be his third one with the team.
Before that, however, he played for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2014 to 2020.
He had a successful stint there, graduating from reserve player to one capable of hitting 20 home runs in a season, posting 3.0 Wins Above Replacement (WAR) or more, and winning a World Series, which he did in 2020.
Speaking of 2020, he told the story of a hilarious and embarrasing moment of that season.
He did it as part of a fun dynamic with former Dodgers teammate and current Red Sox third baseman Justin Turner.
Turner asked Hernandez about the most embarrasing thing that happened to him on a baseball field.
We will leave the video here so you can watch what we all watched:
We're sorry we asked. pic.twitter.com/ZzZLKMTkGB
— Red Sox (@RedSox) March 2, 2023
The Red Sox themselves said they are sorry they asked.
You can’t deny you laughed while watching the video, don’t lie!
Many players have similar stories with unfortunate stomach bugs or undesired side effects of medication.
In this particular case, the antibiotics that Hernandez was taking betrayed and exposed him.
It happens at every field of professional life, so why wouldn’t it happen on a baseball field?
Let’s just hope he doesn’t have to go through that again.
We are hoping, however, that he has a nice season.
He needs to rebound, because the .629 OPS he had with the Red Sox last year won’t take him very far.
He can do better than that, and he probably will if given the opportunity.NEXT: Top Red Sox Addition Opens 2023 With A Great Play