#Braves Place Freddie Freeman on Disabled List: pic.twitter.com/UNsS12E9Qy— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) May 18, 2017
The James Loney Era in Atlanta started on Thursday. It ended by the very next Monday.
We already know that Freddie Freeman is going to miss eight to twelve weeks with his wrist injury. The real question: will this affect his productivity going forward?
Braves adding another first baseman to the mix.
The Braves have gone outside of the organization to sign a first baseman to replace Freddie Freeman for the time being, and it’s James Loney.
Just when Freddie Freeman was playing the best baseball of his career, this happens.
Braves have no clear cut answer for replacing Freeman.
X-Rays on Freeman’s wrist were inconclusive
Things don’t look too good for one of the best hitters in baseball