Freddie Freeman indicates left wrist is strong

by Steve Painter | Braves Correspondent | Mon, Jan 29th 9:09pm EST

Freddie Freeman had surgery on his fractured left wrist last May, returned to play, and then experienced fatigue in that wrist in the final weeks of the season. He said that the wrist has regained full strength and that he started his off-season hitting drills early and has not experienced any problems. Freeman made the comments at the Braves' Chop Fest event Saturday in Atlanta. (Mark Bowman/MLB.com)

Fantasy Impact:

Freeman batted .307/.403/.586 with 28 homers and 71 RBI over 117 games last season and is primed for another solid year. He would be a legitimate MVP contender if the Braves were a better squad, and they are getting closer to contending, but still lack a few pieces. If Freeman can stay healthy, he'll be one of the top first basemen for fantasy purposes.

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