Freeman finishes at .135 (10-for-74) vs. Marlins

MIAMI — Freddie Freeman had a hit in each of his last five games against the Marlins, but the Braves All-Star first baseman still finished with an almost unfathomable .135 average (10-for-74) against them this season.

Freeman had three extra-base hits (two homers), six RBIs, seven walks and 21 strikeouts in 19 games against Miami. It was the lowest single-season average against the Marlins by any hitter in at least 60 at-bats.

He has hit a combined .314 with 57 extra-base hits (16 homers) and 64 RBIs in 124 games against everyone else, including .481 (25-for-52) against the Nationals with 10 extra-base hits (four homers), eight RBIs and a .533 on-base percentage in 13 games.