Once the lockout ends in Major League Baseball, we can expect one of the wildest free agency periods ever in history. One of the biggest moves during that period will involve free agent Freddie Freeman. All offseason long, Freddie Freeman has been connected with the Dodgers because. With that being said, some interesting tweets last night came out last night involving Alex Wood and Justin Turner.
Here is how it started with Jared Carrabis saying this:
People forget that the last home run hit in a sanctioned MLB game was by Freddie Freeman for the World Series champion Atlanta Braves.
Alex Wood then responded:
I just hope he keeps hitting homers for the Braves and not you know…anyone in the NL West 😂😂😂
The Justin Turner came in on that:
Freeman's future with the Braves has been a topic of much debate in the media. Freeman rejected a five-year, $135 million offer from the Braves and is said to be seeking a six-year contract worth as much as $200 million, according to reports.
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