Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman and Rays Mexican utility man Isaac Paredes were honored Monday as National and American Player of the Week, respectively.
In the National League, Freeman hit .440 with two home runs, a triple and two doubles. He drove in 11 runs and posted an OPS of 1.373.
This is the sixth time the first baseman has been named Player of the Week.
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For his part, in the American League, Paredes went 19-11 with five home runs, two doubles and nine RBIs.
The 23-year-old finished with a 2.093 OPS in five games.
Paredes is, so far, the second member of the Rays to be recognized this year as Player of the Week. The first was the Dominican Manuel Margot.