Ortiz has played in just four games in San Diego during his Major League career, but shares a unique bond with Orsillo, who was a broadcaster with the Boston organization for 20 years prior to joining the Padres crew over the offseason. Orsillo called the 100th, 200th, 300th, 400th and 500th home runs of Ortiz's career.
Mark Loretta, who played with Ortiz in 2006 when both players were named All-Stars, and Trevor Hoffman, who faced Ortiz just once throughout his career, were both present for the ceremony as well, representing the Padres.
Carlos Collazo is a reporter for MLB.com based in San Diego. Follow him on Twitter @CarlosACollazo. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.