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Freddie Freeman says goodbye to Braves and Atlanta fans before signing with Dodgers

Freddie Freeman says goodbye to Braves and Atlanta fans before signing with Dodgers

Star MLB first baseman Freddie Freeman found a new team Wednesday night, signing a six-year deal with the Dodgers reportedly worth $162 million. A few hours before the signing was reported, Freeman said his goodbyes to Atlanta and Braves fans. With the acquisition of first baseman Matt Olson earlier this week, it was obvious enough that Freeman, a franchise legend in Atlanta, was not going to be retained by the Braves.

Freeman said playing for the Braves was “truly an honor.” Here’s the full caption from his Instagram post saying goodbye to the Braves:

I don’t even know where to begin. For the past 15 years I got to be apart of your organization. It was truly an honor. We went through the very highs together and some lows but those lows is what made last year so special. You watched me grow up from a baby faced kid to marrying my love @chelseafreeman5 and seeing us bring 3 beautiful boys into this world. I’m…

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