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Dodgers Players React to Freddie Freeman Signing

The wait is finally over. The Dodgers and their fanbase no longer have to wonder when and where Freddie Freeman will be signing. Late last night, we all received word that he had made his choice to come out West to Los Angeles, and the rest of the baseball world cried out in agony. 

Freeman brings his lethal bat to the Dodgers to join a lineup already loaded with talent. Top to bottom, these bats are sure to impress all season long. Freddie reportedly signed on for 6 years and $162 million, meaning he will join Mookie Betts as the two to stick around for quite some time. 

Naturally, current Dodgers players were very excited. They took to the internet to further add to the buzz as the deal was announced. 

Trea Turner went with the basic eyeball emojis, always a crowd please for Twitter. Is an extension for him up next on Andrew Friedman’s to-do list?

Even Giants players had a little bit of a reaction, with Giants pitcher Logan Webb clearly upset. He’s going to be seeing a LOT of Freddie Freeman for the next couple of years.  

Justin Turner added to the eyeball emoji from Trea, dropping a few sets of his own. He’ll be throwing a lot of balls Freddie’s way this year! 

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When asked about it this morning, Max Muncy couldn’t believe the talent that the Dodgers are able to collect. Not just on the free-agent market or via trades, but Los Angeles has one of the better farm systems in all of baseball still. They’re completely set up for the future. 

But there you have it folks, Freddie Freeman is a Dodger. What a will time to be a fan out in Los Angeles. 

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