Freddie Freeman was the first man to punish Walker Buehler during Game 1 against Los Angeles Dodgers during the NLCS in the MLB Postseason.
The Atlanta Braves are playoff bound, and now are looking to visit the World Series and give the fan attendance a show they’ll never forget. That’s why Freddie Freeman didn’t take long to hit Walker Buehler pitch and gave a free ball to the fans.
Even when Los Angeles Dodgers are the prohibitive favorites to win it all this year in the MLB, they have to prove they can beat the other best in the NL in order to make a new World Series appearance this year.
Freddie Freeman starts off the NLCS with a MOONSHOT 😯
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 13, 2020
Even Freddie Freeman’s son Charlie decided to celebrate his dad after a big homer to give the Braves a lead against the Dodgers.
This will be a very great series against the two best teams in the NL.