And the star first baseman did just that, walking into camp wearing a nice suit and tie and carrying only his glove with him.
And after signing a six-year, $162 million deal to join the Dodgers, what better way to waltz into your new place of work than in style?
Freeman was put together and ready for business as he walked into the Dodgers’ facility looking sharp and professional for his new team.
— shawn (@sfitz2323) March 18, 2022
Ready To Go
Freeman is ready to go.
He knows what he brings to an already stacked Dodgers ballclub.
Los Angeles is the overwhelming favorite to win the World Series with Freeman slotting into their lineup.
But he had to make a great first impression when he arrived at camp this morning, and he certainly passed the test with flying colors, wowing everyone with his fancy suit and tie and carrying nothing but his glove as he walked into the building.
Freeman did previously win a National League MVP Award during his time with the Atlanta Braves.
That of course was for his play on the field, but he’s proven that he can be an MVP at walking into camp looking sharp and stylish.
He is ready to go and so are his Dodger teammates as they look to take the baseball world by storm and win yet another World Series title.
But you’ve got to send the right message when you join your new team.
Freeman did just that.
Now it’s time to see what he can do in his new uniform.NEXT: Freddie Freeman Has Chosen His Number In Los Angeles