On Thursday night, May 18, Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman hit his 300th home run.

Freddie hit a grand slam for his 300th career home run against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. 

Freeman became the 155th member of MLB’s 300 home run club, and only the second player to hit his 300th grand slam

Dodgers celebrated their star first baseman’s historic feat with a toast at the Visitors’ Clubhouse in St. Louis following the game

Last Friday against the Padres at Dodger Stadium, Freeman hit his 299th home run, and after 27 plate appearances, he set up his 300th.

14 of his 300 home runs were hit in a career-high 69 games against the Cardinals, including nine at Busch Stadium. His first 300th home run was against Miguel Cabrera.

Freeman hit his 300th career home run grand slam, making him only the second player to do so since Rubén Sierra in 2004.

Freddie Freeman is inching closer to another milestone in 2023, needing just 41 hits to reach 2,000 for his career.

Freeman has achieved significant milestones and received numerous awards throughout his career. And this season, his second with the LA Dodgers.