Don’t recognize the early Freddie Freeman autographs? Well, as a 16-year-old in the summer of 2006 (he turned 17 that September), the kid from El Modena High in Orange, Calif., wanted his signature to look sharp. Photo: USA Baseball And it did, with a flowing signature in which the full name is there. Those signatures can be seen on his 2006 USA Baseball Junior National Team autograph cards as well as Topps 2006 AFLAC All-American cards that were released two years later in 2008 Bowman Draft. This is impressive considering Freeman and his USA Baseball teammates signed just over 1,500…

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