Freddie Freeman

Atlanta Braves

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Hitter-At-A-Glance

Although he has not seen a pitch in 2017, Freddie Freeman saw 15,169 pitches that were tracked by the PITCHf/x system between 2009 and 2016.

In 2016, compared to how other hitters perform with similar pitches:
Against Fastballs (1,601 seen), he had an exceptionally aggressive approach at the plate (-0.29 c) with a high likelihood to swing and miss (24% whiff/swing). When he connected (240 tracked), he generated above average power (93 mph average exit velocity) and sprays the ball to all fields (2.4° average spray angle).

Against Breaking Pitches (754 seen), he had a very aggressive approach at the plate (-0.19 c) with an above average likelihood to swing and miss (40% whiff/swing). When he connected (78 tracked), he generated average power (90.2 mph average exit velocity) and sprays the ball to all fields (8.7° average spray angle).

Against Offspeed Pitches (358 seen), he had an aggressive approach at the plate (-0.39 c) with a league average likelihood to swing and miss (35% whiff/swing). When he connected (54 tracked), he generated average power (88.9 mph average exit velocity) and sprays the ball to all fields (12.2° average spray angle).