Freddie Freeman made a phenomenal play at first base on a Bryce Harper grounder
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In the top of the sixth during Saturday's Nationals-Braves game, Harper smacked a grounder to first. Not only did Freeman get a great read on it, but -- well, just watch what happened:
Perfect dismount -- and check out those reflexes!
Earlier in the game, Harper ripped a line drive past Freeman into right field. It looks like this was the perfect way for the Braves first baseman to redeem himself.
Jessica Kleinschmidt is an associate editorial producer for Cut4 (oh that sounds fancy). She has covered baseball for half a decade.