The first baseman for the Atlanta Braves, Freddie Freeman, spoke for the second time after winning the MVP from National League for the first time in his career MLB.
After not knowing whether or not to participate in the 2020 season due to the coronavirus, Freeman he decided not to leave his teammates alone and play all 60 games of the season.
Today Freddie Freeman could feel the thrill of winning an MVP in the National League and these were his words:
“I am still speechless. To be honored with the 2020 National League MVP is absolutely incredible. I’ve never played this game to win prizes, but being recognized in this way is truly humbling. My family and I want to thank you all for the kind words we have received over the last few days. Now is the time to prepare for the 2021 season and begin the journey to win the grand prize and bring Atlanta a World Series championship. Come on, Braves! “
— Freddie Freeman (@FreddieFreeman5) November 14, 2020
These were the numbers that made Freeman the MVP of the regular season in the National:
- 60 sets
- 262 shifts
- 51 scored
- 73 hits
- 23 doubles
- 13 home runs
- 53 RBI
- 45 walks
- 341 batting average
- 2.9 the War.