How quickly will Freddie Freeman settle into an everyday role in the Majors?
Yesterday we projected Jason Heyward's 2011 season, so today we'll continue our Atlanta Braves projections with his buddy, rookie first baseman Freddie Freeman. Yes, the cover boys get to go first. This will be a tough one to project I suspect, with a wide degree of guesses as to what his production will look like in this, his first full season in the Majors.
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There are no comparable players from Baseball Reference for Freeman, and even if there were, based on his brief Major League service time, they would mean nothing.
Freddie Freeman Trivia Fact: Freeman has spent three years on Baseball America's top-100 prospect list. He was ranked #87 in 2009, #32 in 2010, and #17 in 2011.