Freddie Freeman Fires Rep After Emotional Return To ATL, Dan Dakich Reacts

After a shocking offseason decision to sign with the Los Angeles Dodgers, with many questions still unanswered, Freddie Freeman has now fired his agent after a emotional return to Atlanta.

Freeman, who signed a six-year, $162 million deal with Los Angeles, has reportedly fired Excel Agency, the agency which represented him in free agency negotiations, OutKick’s Nick Geddes reported.

FREDDIE FREEMAN REPORTEDLY FIRES AGENTS AFTER BEING FRUSTRATED WITH FREE AGENCY NEGOTIATIONS

Dan Dakich discussed on Wednesday’s episode of Don’t @ Me:


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  1. You could see the regret all over his face throughout the entire series sad what guys will be convinced to give up in order to pursue more money. This one was just flat out stupid on Freeman’s part after watching what has happened to LA over the last 3 years why in the hell would you want to end your career there? Then factor in the most toxic and idiotic fanbase in the sport there was literally nothing in LA that they had to offer the Braves didn’t already have for him.

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