Freddie Freeman has reached an extension with the Braves that not only gives him the franchise's highest-ever salary, but constitutes the biggest guarantee ever made to a player with less than four years of service time. The team announced the eight-year deal, which is reportedly worth a stunning $135MM. Freeman, like teammate Jason Heyward (who reached a two-year contract agreement earlier today), is represented by Excel Sports Management. The 24-year-old Freeman is coming off a breakout season in which he finished fifth in the National League MVP voting and earned his first All-Star nod. Freeman slashed .319/.396/.501 with 23 homers...

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