From Vanguard to MVP: Freddie Freeman Returns to His Alma Mater with a Major League Clubhouse Gift

Freddie Freeman’s Clubhouse Unveiled at El Modena High School after Generous $500k Donation from Star Player

As the 2024 MLB season approaches, El Modena High School in Orange, California is set to unveil a new addition to its facilities – the Freddie Freeman Clubhouse. The project was made possible by a generous $500,000 donation from Freeman himself, the 2020 MVP, to the school’s baseball program. The clubhouse spans 1,440 square feet and features amenities such as a locker room, team meeting space with monitors, a coaches’ office, and expanded batting cages.

Pictures shared by the Dodgers and Freeman on Instagram offer a peek inside the clubhouse, showcasing the locker room and a large mural of Freeman in his El Modena Vanguard uniform. The mural highlights Freeman’s achievements and honors during his time at El Modena High School. During his time at El Modena High School in Orange County Register reported that he excelled both at the plate and on the mound playing varsity baseball for two seasons. His impressive stats included a .417 batting average with five home runs and 10 stolen bases along with six wins on the mound in 1.27 ERA with 59 strikeouts in 44 innings pitched. He was recognized as Player of the Year of Orange County Register in 2007.

Freeman’s dedication to his alma mater and community is evident through this project which cost $1.6 million with his contribution being

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