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Sox slugger desires before he steps away from baseball following the 2016 season. MORE: Classic photos of David Ortiz"You know what I want most of all?’’ Ortiz told the New York Post on Tuesday. “I would love it if the fans at Yankee Stadium gave me a standing ovation." Ortiz's farewell tour is sure to generate commotion similar to that of Derek Jeter, when the former Yankees captain was showered with gifts and fond tributes during his final stops at each ballpark through the 2014 season. Though loathed by Red Sox fans, Jeter still received a classy standing ovation in his Fenway Park finale. They did the same for Mariano Rivera a year earlier.When Ortiz, 40, steps into the Yankee Stadium batter's box for the final time Sept. 29, his hope is that Yankees fans will put aside bad blood spilled over the better part of the last two decades and offer him a different kind of Bronx cheer.If he's lucky, they may even chant “Pa-pi! Pa-pi!’’