Freddie Freeman agrees $162 million, 6-year deal with Dodgers, ESPN reports

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Freddie Freeman has agreed a six-year, $162 million deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers, sources told ESPN.

Freeman, 32, is a former National League MVP and formed five NL All-Star teams during his career with the Atlanta Braves. After the World Series, Freeman’s contract expired and he received a qualifying offer ($18.4 million) from the Braves. He declined this offer and became a free agent.

The move increases the Dodgers’ chances of winning another World Series for the upcoming season. LA was eliminated in six games by Freeman and the Braves in last year’s NLCS.

Freeman’s addition adds even more depth to the Dodgers’ roster and fills a void left by Corey Seager’s departure to the Texas Rangers.

Last season, Freeman hit .300 with 31 homers, 83 RBIs and NL-leading 120 runs scored.

The news was reported by ESPN’s Jeff Passan and Kiley McDaniel.

ESPN contributed to this report.

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