Freddie Freeman's Son Keeps Training in MLB Bubble

Jason Schandl
Video of Freddie Freeman's son getting in some batting practice in the MLB playoff bubble.
Video of Freddie Freeman's son getting in some batting practice in the MLB playoff bubble. / Todd Kirkland/Getty Images
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Heading into the second round of the 2020 MLB playoffs, the league is starting to quarantine the remaining teams in "bubbles" for each playoff series. That means the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins are being quarantined ahead of their NL Divisional Round series.

The families of Braves' players have apparently arrived in the bubble already, and Freddie Freeman's son was caught getting in some of the best batting practice you'll ever see.

That's four-year-old Charlie Freeman absolutely raking off the tee in what appears to be a playroom set up for children of the players. Time will tell if he's a future second-generation star in the vein of Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Mike Yastrzemski and Cavan Biggio, but he sure looks the part so far.

Of course, Freddie Freeman famously pulls no punches when playing backyard baseball with Charlie, so he's been learning by example for some time now.

It's good to see players and their families having some fun ahead of what they hope will be a lengthy quarantine as they make a World Series push.

FanDuel Sportsbook gives Freeman's Braves +700 odds (No. 4 in the MLB) to win the 2020 World Series.


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