Freddie Freeman has become synonymous with the Atlanta Braves organization, having starred at first base there for his entire career. Atlanta has had plenty of legendary players on their roster and Freeman is sure to take his place alongside Braves stars like Chipper Jones and Warren Spahn. Atlanta Braves fans, and anyone who just loves baseball would love to have a signed, authentic piece of Freddie Freeman memorabilia as a gift or as a part of their collection.
Freddie Freeman is rapidly moving up virtually every all-time hitting list in Atlanta Braves history. In 2017, he was the fifth player to have 1,000 hits as a Brave before his 28th birthday, joining luminaries like Eddie Mathews and Andruw Jones. 2016 may have been his most versatile year, as he had a career-high 30-game hitting streak and also became the second Brave, besides some guy named Hank Aaron, to have at least 30 home runs, 40 doubles and five triples in a single season. Freeman finished the year with 34 home runs and an NL-leading 83 extra-base hits, good enough to come in sixth place in National League MVP voting.
Freddie Freeman was named to the NL All-Star Team in both 2013 and 2014. He came in fifth in the 2013 NL MVP race with a .319 average and 109 RBIs, finishing in third and second place, respectively. When he led the Braves to the postseason in 2012 and 2013, Freeman continued raking to the tune of a combined .400 batting average. There was no doubt that he would be a star right from the beginning, as Freeman was the runner-up in the 2011 Rookie of the Year voting after topping all NL rookies in home runs, batting average and RBIs.
Collecting Freddie Freeman MemorabiliaFreddie Freeman Autographed Photos: Freddie Freeman has done it all in his stellar career with the Atlanta Braves and our collection of autographed pictures cover it all. Long after he is retired, Braves fans will want to remember how he patrolled the field at first base. However, it is his perfect swing that is most distinctive and baseball fans will love perusing through all of the authentic, signed photos of Freeman clubbing yet another home run.