Dodgers Are Reportedly Interested In Freddie Freeman

Freddie Freeman to the Dodgers?

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reported on Monday that the possibility has now emerged of the Dodgers pursuing Atlanta Braves star Freddie Freeman to be the top left-handed hitter in their lineup. With Corey Seager leaving to the Texas Rangers, the Dodgers will be looking for a left-hand at bat.

The five-time All-Star Freeman has been a Brave for his entire 11-year MLB career, so it would be pretty shocking to see him end up with the National League rival Dodgers. Rosenthal does add too that virtually everyone in the industry expects Freeman to return to Atlanta.

The Dodgers have a knack for landing marquee talent at every turn, and now have plenty of money to spend after losing both Seager and Max Scherzer in free agency. After winning this year’s World Series with the Braves could Freeman be heading to the Dodgers?

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