Freddie Freeman’s $500,000 Donation Brings New Clubhouse to El Modena High School

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

The Freddie Freeman Clubhouse at El Modena High School in Orange, California, is a testament to the Los Angeles Dodgers star first baseman’s commitment to his alma mater and the community that supported his early baseball career. The project was made possible in part by a $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.

Freeman’s impressive stats included a .417 batting average with five home runs and 10 stolen bases during his time at El Modena. He was recognized as the Orange County Register’s Player of the Year in 2007 and subsequently drafted in the second round by the Atlanta Braves. Although El Modena has achieved varying levels of success on the baseball field in recent seasons, with a 14-12-1 record in the previous season following a successful campaign of 22-10.

The Freddie Freeman Clubhouse stands as a symbol of Freeman’s dedication and commitment to his alma mater and community. The entire project cost $1.6 million, with Freeman’s contribution being the largest single private donation in Orange Unified School District history. The district covered the remaining $1.1 million of expenses

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