How much is Freddie Freeman’s salary?

Last Modified Jul 12, 2023 10:18 GMT
Frederick Charles Freeman
Frederick Charles Freeman, Source:- Instagram @freddiefreeman


Frederick Charles Freeman is a Canadian-American baseball superstar and an elite first baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was an integral part of the Atlanta Braves for over a decade, and his contributions to the Atlanta Braves have been instrumental in their success. He has been a key factor in their playoff runs and divisional championships, showcasing his leadership and commitment to the team's success.


Hailing from Mountain Valley, California, Freeman grew up being a fan of the Los Angeles Angels. At six, Freeman practiced with the Little League baseball players from Orange, California; despite his young age, he was placed on a team of nine-years-old, and when he turned nine, he was assigned to play with 12-year-olds; this decision showcased the belief in his abilities and how the officials foresaw his future as an elite baseman.


Making his debut with the Braves in 2010, Freddie is a seven-time MLB All-Star. He won a Gold Glove Award in 2018, the Silver Slugger Award in 2019, 2020, and 2021, and the National League's Most Valuable Player Award in 2020.


Freddie Freeman’s Salary

Freddie's latest contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers is set to earn him an annual salary of $27 million in 2023. The contract spans six years and has a total value of $162 million, as per spotrac.com.


Freddie Freeman’s Contract History

Atlanta Braves

Rookie Contract (2010-2013): After being drafted, Freddie Freeman received a signing bonus of $409,500 in 2007 upon signing with the Atlanta Braves.



In 2011, he agreed to a one-year contract worth $414,500, which increased to $560,000 by 2013.



First Extension (2014-2021): On February 4, 2014, Freddie Freeman agreed to an eight-year contract extension with the Braves worth $135 million. He received a $10 million signing bonus as part of the extension, and by 2015 his salary was $8.5 million.



From 2015 onwards, his salaries were $12 million in 2016, $20.5 million in 2017, $21 million in 2018, $21 million in 2019, $8.148 million in 2020, and $22 million in 2021.



Also, In 2021 Freeman declined an $18.4 million Qualifying Offer with Atlanta Braves for his future endeavors.


Los Angeles Dodgers

Second Extension (2022-Present): Freddie debuted as a Dodger on April 8, 2022, after signing a new contract valued at $162 million for six years.


Freddie Freeman’s Career Earnings

As of 2023, Freddie Freeman earned an estimated total of $163 million throughout his MLB career, including his signing bonuses, salaries, and incentives. Freeman has also earned income through endorsement deals with various companies, as per spotrac.com.



FAQs

A. Freddie Freeman is 33 years old.

A. Freddie Freeman plays as a first baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

A. Freddie Freeman has scored 308 home runs in his career so far.

A. Freddie Freeman is a seven-time MLB All-Star.

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