After a homecoming in Atlanta, Freddie Freeman is changing agents according to Buster Olney.
Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman will no longer be represented by Excel Sports Management, according to ESPN's Buster Olney. Freeman, now listed internally as his own agent, has reportedly told friends that he's angry with how his free agency played out last winter, when he left Atlanta for the West Coast after the Braves acquired Matt Olson in a trade with the Oakland Athletics.
He had previously spent his entire career with the Braves, with whom he won a World Series last fall.
Freeman later signed a six-year contract with the Dodgers worth $162 million. He was just named the NL Player of the week.
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