The Los Angeles Dodgers have been playing some solid baseball as of late.
They now have a record of 34-22, which is the best in the National League.
Leading the way for Los Angeles has been first baseman and slugger Freddie Freeman.
The veteran slugger and former MVP is currently on a 19-game hitting streak.
This season, the Dodgers first baseman is hitting at a .344 clip with 10 home runs, 35 RBI, and an OPS of 1.006.
He also is reaching base at a .416 clip and is slugging .589 on the year.
On Twitter, MLB on FOX posted a graphic featuring some of Freeman’s stats during this impressive 19-game hitting streak.
Freddie's on fire 🔥👀
Here's a look at his performance at the plate during his 19-game hit streak. pic.twitter.com/aeyZgT2Jyh
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) May 31, 2023
The 33-year-old has posted a .455 batting average over his past 19 games.
He also has picked up 18 extra-base hits, hit five home runs, and driven in 21 runs.
Right now, Freeman is carrying the Dodgers through this recent hot stretch.
His second season as a member of the Dodgers has been equally as impressive as his first after he spent the first 12 years of his career with the Atlanta Braves.
The 33-year-old is a six-time National League All-Star, a three-time Silver Slugger, a former Gold Glover, and a former NL MVP.
With his recent offensive outburst, Freeman is likely to add some more hardware to his collection at the end of the season.
His hot stretch has helped lead the Dodgers to the top spot in the National League.
He joined the Dodgers before the 2022 season on a six-year, $162 million deal, one that has proven to be a worthy investment for the team.NEXT: Dodgers Rookie Had An MLB Debut To Remember