Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman drove in all three of Atlanta's runs in a 5-3 loss to the Diamondbacks Wednesday, thanks to two doubles, one single and one walk in five plate appearances. Freeman's two doubles were the Braves' only extra-base hits of the game.
Freeman upped his season line to .295/.362/.419 with two homers and 22 RBI in 116 plate appearances.
Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman, who entered play Monday mired in a 4-for-23 slump, belted out two hits, including his fifth double, and scored twice in a 10-1 win against the Diamondbacks. Freeman is batting .260 (13 for 50) with one home run, three doubles and seven RBI in 12 May games.
However, Freeman has managed two home runs and a .402 slugging percentage in 25 games after hitting seven...
“Freddie played the last 4 months of the MLB season with a bad finger. He still managed 20+ HRs with a good enough average where he did not hurt you. Now with a stacked Braves lineup, Freeman should easily be a 30/100 player with all-around talent. Freeman was the MVP of Spring Training in 2012.”