BOSTON — During his season-long farewell tour, David Ortiz received gifts pretty much everywhere he went.A short walk from Fenway Park is Ortiz’s gift to the rest of us. No, it’s not the newly-named David Ortiz Bridge over Interstate 90 between the ballpark and Kenmore Square. It’s on Boylston Street, at a burrito shop called Boloco — Boston Local Company — and it is called Big Papi’s Kitchen Burrito.There’s not a whole lot to it: a special “Big Papi’s Kitchen” salsa is paired with guacamole, pinto beans, hot sauce, sour cream, brown rice, lettuce, cheddar cheese and the meat of your choice. On Monday afternoon, pork seemed like a winning option. PLAYOFFS 2016: The top 50 players in the postseasonI'm going to eat this because I am a baseball writer.— (((Jesse Spector))) (@jessespector) October 10, 2016The verdict?UPDATE: It's delicious. More to come.— (((Jesse Spector))) (@jessespector) October 10, 2016Of course it’s delicious. It’s a standard burrito, and burritos are great. Burritos are superior to tacos not only because they are simply more of the same wonderful food, but because, wrapped up in a self-contained obelisk, they have much greater structural integrity, particularly when compared to hard tacos.The Big Papi burrito is a winner because of the hot sauce and the one special ingredient, the Big Papi’s Kitchen salsa, which combine to provide a kick that lets you know it’s there without taking a baseball bat to the dugout phone of your taste buds. It’s also nice to walk into a burrito shop and order a burrito with guacamole and not have to confirm that you are willing to

pay extra for a key ingredient.Plus, if you get the Big Papi’s Kitchen Burrito, you get to feel like a good person, because $1 from each burrito sold goes to the David Ortiz Children’s Fund.Not that you need a reason to eat a burrito. Burritos are great. Baseball is great. When you eat a burrito, then go to a baseball game, everything is great. It’s a great day to be in Boston.