After his former club, the Atlanta Braves, traded for Matt Olson, that left Freeman without a fit with the defending World Series champions.
But the Dodgers came calling and he has done nothing but help strengthen that juggernaut of a team.
He’s been swinging a hot bat recently too.
In fact, Buster Olney of ESPN tweeted some of Freeman’s stats over the past eight games, which includes the three games that the Dodgers were in Atlanta playing the Braves.
Freddie Freeman's last 8 games (the three games in Cincinnati before his return to Atlanta, the three games against the Braves, last 2 games):
An evaluator noted: That he could do this well at this time is a reminder of how great of a hitter he is.
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) June 29, 2022
Freeman Stays Clutch
Even with all of the fanfare surrounding his return to Atlanta for the first time as a visiting player, Freeman stayed locked in and couldn’t be taken out of his zone.
That just goes to show what he’s made of and how great of a hitter he truly is.
It’s almost like nothing can slow this guy down.
He’s a guy with a ton of power and the ability to hit for a high average.
His return to Atlanta didn’t slow him down, and it seems that even after firing his agent, he hasn’t missed a beat.
Freeman is simply locked in and cannot be taken out of his zone at the moment.
The amount of distractions clearly hasn’t fazed him one bit as he continues to do nothing but hit.
Olney even noted that the tweet he sent out should simply serve as a reminder for how great of a hitter and player Freeman is.
We’ll see what happens next, but Freeman has not skipped a beat since skipping town in Atlanta.NEXT: MLB Analyst Has The Perfect Freddie Freeman Observation