Five players who played for both the Braves and the Dodgers

Ahead of a four-game series with potential postseason implications, we take a look at the somewhat intertwined history of the Braves, Dodgers, and the players who have donned both uniforms.
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Freddie Freeman (ATL 2010-2021, LAD 2022-Present)

Freddie Freeman
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I mean, of course we're going to talk about him first.

A second-round pick in 2007, Freddie Freeman quickly rose through the Braves farm before debuting in 2010 at 20-years old. All he did after that is hit almost .300 over an 11 season stretch, almost 300 home runs, 1700 hits, three Silver Sluggers, an MVP, and left the franchise with a World Series ring.

Since joining the Dodgers, Freddie hasn't missed a step, putting up more than 11 WAR, hitting his 300th career HR, and 30 stolen bases (I did a double take at this too, don't worry).

His continued greatness is making the Hall of Fame question easier to answer. One day, the harder question might be about the hat that's on his plaque in Cooperstown.