The 2016 Major League Baseball season will mark the 20th and final campaign of Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz’s storied career.

Opening Day is just about here, and players around the league are preparing for the grind of a 162-game season. Of course, it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if the 40-year-old has already spent some time thinking about what he’ll do after baseball.

Fear not: Saturday Night Live has the “scoop” on Big Papi’s retirement plans.

Comedian Kenan Thompson reprised his role of Ortiz on SNL this weekend to shed some light on what Big Papi has in store. While some players may just want to chill when their playing days are over, the Red Sox star appears to have other ideas.

[Saturday Night Live]

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