Freddie Freeman of the Los Angeles Dodgers is proving his name in MLB history with his latest feat and his team joining the season last year is not out of luck.
Freddie Freeman Creates Name In MLB History
Hopping aboard with the two professional baseball players Todd Helton (2000) and Chuck Klein (1930) who acquired twenty-five home runs and fifty doubles and made quite a name in MLB history is Freddie Freeman. Helton and Klein were remarkable but Freeman broke the franchise record for doubles and obtained thirty home runs for the fourth time in his career in MLB history. With an OPS of approximately 1.000, a batting average of .338, and an OPS+ of 167, that was impressive enough to be nominated for National League Most Valuable Player of the Year. However, maybe it’s not yet Freeman’s time to achieve that another milestone in MLB history as Mookie Betts is on his team.
Freddie Freeman Spot In MLB History
Nevertheless, if we look at Freeman’s individual accomplishments in MLB history, there’s a big chance that he is yet to receive a Silver Slugger and some more MVP votes this season.