The eared Freddie freeman he finished the season hitting just .300 with 31 homers and an .896 OPS. His strong finish made him the only Major Leaguer (minimum 250 plate appearances) to record 130 OPS + each of the past nine seasons. Mike Trout and Paul Goldschmidt they are the only players who have done it seven times in that span.
First baseman Freeman, a mere 1.96 tall, also joined Hank Aaron, Chipper Jones, Eddie Mathews and Dale Murphy as the only players in Atlanta Braves history to hit 30 home runs with a batting average of at least .300 in multiple seasons (at least two beds):
Now the question is whether Freeman will be able to make it through this postseason without feeling burdened by thoughts that these may be his last days for the Braves, who drafted him in 2007.
Braves first baseman Freeman will play at least one more game at Truist Park next week, and there is still reason to be optimistic that he will stay with the Braves for many years to come.
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