Ex-Agent: Braves Fostering 'False Narrative' About Freeman
The previous specialist of Los Angeles Dodgers star Freddie Freeman says
the Braves are introducing a "bogus story" about
the main baseman's leaving behind Atlanta in March.
"I won't hold on as the conditions encompassing Freddie Freeman's takeoff
from Atlanta are misrepresented," specialist Casey Close of
Excel Sports Management expressed Thursday in a proclamation.
Freeman was in tears and on occasion could scarcely talk while conversing with
journalists in Atlanta last week, his most memorable excursion back to the city
where he had played his whole profession prior to leaving for the West Coast.
He was energetically invited by Braves fans.
He assisted the group with winning the World Series last
season and was introduced his ring by Braves director Brian Snitker.
Freeman's return came while he evidently terminated Excel as his supervisory group.
Gotten some information about that, he portrayed the relationship as "liquid."
The Braves and Freeman had been arranging another agreement after the 2021 season finished.
They didn't agree, and Freeman petitioned with the expectation of complimentary organization
however didn't sign before baseball entered a work lockout Dec. 1 that provoked a list freeze.