Freddie Freeman went 3-for-5 with two doubles and two runs scored during the Braves' 3-0 win over the Nationals on Thursday.
While he's usually more of the run-producer, Freeman played the role of the table-setter in this one as he put himself on base three times and into scoring position twice so that Chris Johnson could drive him home. It was his third multi-hit performance in his last five games and he's now slashing .282/.373/.495 on the year. The consistency at the plate he shows at just 24-years-old is extremely impressive and it looks like he's only going to get better as he nears his physical prime. Continue to view him as a top first-baseman and if you don't own him in a keeper league, trade for him now.
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