Freddie Freeman went 0-for-4 Monday, ending his season-opening on-base streak at an Atlanta-era record-tying 27 games.
J.D. Drew set the longest season-opening on-base streak in Atlanta franchise history at 27 in 2004. The franchise record to open a season is 37 games, set by Eddie Mathews with the Milwaukee Braves in 1961.
Gary Sheffield holds the franchise record for longest on-base streak, reaching in 52 straight games, May 28-July 27, 2002.
Here is how Freeman reached base during his 2019 streak:
March 28: Phillies 10, Braves 4
• Freddie Freeman draws a five-pitch walk in the sixth. (He is caught attempting to steal second base.)
March 30: Phillies 8, Braves 6
• Freddie Freeman singles on a line drive to center field, scoring Ender Inciarte, in the first.
March 31: Phillies 5, Braves 1
• Freddie Freeman walks on five pitches in his first plate appearance.
April 1: Braves 8, Cubs 0
• Freddie Freeman doubles on a sharp line drive to left in the bottom of the sixth.
April 3: Braves 6, Cubs 4
• Freddie Freeman walks, moving Josh Donaldson to 2nd, in the third inning.
April 4: Braves 9, Cubs 4
• Freddie Freeman sees four straight balls to draw a walk in the first.
April 5: Braves 4, Marlins 0
• Freddie Freeman singles to lead off the fourth inning. He scores on a Ronald Acuna homer.
April 6: Marlins 4, Braves 2
• Freddie Freeman hits a line drive — a double — to right off the first pitch he sees in the first. Ender Inciarte scores.
April 7: Braves 4, Marlins 3
• Freddie Freeman homers to left, scoring Ozzie Albies, in the first inning.
April 8: Braves 8, Rockies 6
• Freddie Freeman singles on a ground ball to center with 1 out in the third. He moves Josh Donaldson to second. Freeman scores on a Nick Markakis hit.
April 9: Braves 7, Rockies 1
• Freddie Freeman singles to center, scoring Josh Donaldson, in the fourth inning.
April 11: Mets 6, Braves 3
• Freddie Freeman hits a ground-rule double on a fly ball down the left-field line in the first. Freeman scores on a Ronald Acuna triple.
April 12: Mets 6, Braves 2
• Freddie Freeman walks on four straight pitches in the first inning. Josh Donaldson moves to second.
April 13: Braves 11, Mets 7
• Freddie Freeman opens the sixth inning with a single on a fly ball to center. He scores on a Dansby Swanson single with two outs.
April 14: Braves 7, Mets 3
• Freddie Freeman takes a full count and draws at walk in the third.
April 16: Diamondbacks 9, Braves 6
• Freddie Freeman doubles the second pitch to right in the fifth inning. Max Fried scores; Ozzie Albies moves from first to third.
April 17: Diamondbacks 3, Braves 2
• With one out in the sixth, Freddie Freeman singles to center.
April 18: Diamondbacks 4, Braves 1
• Freddie Freeman is hit by a pitch to lead the sixth inning.
April 20 (1): Indians 8, Braves 4
• Freddie Freeman walks on five pitches in the first. He scores on a Nick Markakis single.
April 20 (2): Braves 8, Indians 7
• With two outs in the ninth, Freddie Freeman takes six pitches for a walk. Tyler Flower scores.
April 21: Braves 11, Indians 5
• Freddie Freeman walks on seven pitches in the first. He scores on a Nick Markakis double.
April 23: Reds 7, Braves 6
• Freddie Freeman singles on a ground ball to left in the sixth. Josh Donaldson scores.
April 24: Braves 3, Reds 1
• Freddie Freeman singles on a line drive to second in the third inning.
April 25: Reds 4, Braves 2
• Freddie Freeman singles on a ground ball to left in his first at-bat.
April 26: Rockies 8, Braves 4
• Freddie Freeman takes a four-pitch walk in the third.
April 27: Rockies 9, Braves 5
• Freddie Freeman drives a 95-mph fast ball over the center field wall in his first at-bat.
April 28: Braves 8, Rockies 7
• Freddie Freeman homers the second pitch he sees in the first, scoring Josh Donaldson.
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