Freddie Freeman went 3-for-5 with a home run, an RBI, and two runs scored raising his average to .425 on the season after the Braves win over the Nats on Saturday.

Freeman continued his hot start to the 2014 season on Saturday night, having recorded double-digit hits in three of his last four games. It is highly unlikely he continues his current slash line of .425/.511/.725 but there is a chance he sets career-highs in all categories if he continues trending in the right direction.
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13 Apr , 12:36 AM
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