And why wouldn’t he be?
He’s a native of Southern California and the Dodgers are his hometown team.
Also, this is a team that has high expectations to win, with their goals set on winning a World Series for the city of Los Angeles.
Freeman is enjoying every bit of it and is already fitting in quite nicely with his new squad.
Following the Dodgers 9-3 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday night, Freeman had the perfect comment about playing in Los Angeles.
Freddie Freeman on SNLA: "I'll sit in two hours of traffic to win these games every night."
— Blake Harris (@BlakeHarrisTBLA) April 15, 2022
Freddie Loves Los Angeles
This man is loving life out in SoCal, and he is ready to get back to the World Series and win it all with his hometown ballclub.
The fact that he is willing to tolerate the traffic of Los Angeles just to win with his new teammates shows the dedication, drive, and desire that Freeman has to take his game and that of his teammates to the next level.
He can smell and taste the team’s desire to be a World Series contender and he wants to be a part of every bit of it.
Of course, the traffic comment is mainly just a figure of speech, but it shows how he cares about his new squad and his new teammates.
Freeman has made himself right at home in Los Angeles and plans to stay for a very long time and guide them to as many World Series titles as possible.
He seems to be having no trouble fitting in, as his goals are just the same as his teammates: to win it all.