Freeman ended up with the bases loaded, recording two popup outs on the way. The final out came by way of a strikeout, notching the Post 88 win, according to The Orlando Sentinel.
Freeman went on from Post 88 to play at Jacksonville University and in the pros. His pro career, though, was brief, just a single season.
Freeman's pro career began and ended in 1990, signed by the Phillies as an undrafted free agent out of Jacksonville University.
Earlier in 1986, Freeman helped notch another Post 88 win, giving up three hits against rival Gainesville.
At Jacksonville University, Freeman threw four innings of scoreless relief in a February 1990 game, picking up the win. The reliever saved five games overall, leading the team.
Freeman then went on to play with the Phillies in 1990 at rookie Martinsville. He got into 20 games, all in relief. In 39.1 innings of work, he gave up 19 earned runs for a 4.35 ERA. He had no wins and one loss. He also had no saves. It was his only season as a pro.
- Orlando Sentinel, July 29, 1986: Jacksonville Comes From Behind To Top Deland
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