With the start of Major League Baseball's 2020 season pushed back until at least May because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), some baseball players may find themselves getting creative with ways to stay ready to play.

Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman certainly is going the extra mile to get a pitcher who can give him some batting practice, and it just happens to be his 3-year-old son, Charlie. Freeman's wife, Chelsea, posted a video on Twitter of Freddie and Charlie playing some backyard baseball on Sunday. The four-time All-Star decided not to take it easy on his son -- despite Charlie being a pre-schooler and Freddie having 227 career MLB home runs -- sending a ball deep into the woods of the Freemans' backyard. Charlie's reaction is priceless:

All 30 MLB teams have donated $1 million to assist ballpark workers affected by the league shut down because of the coronavirus outbreak. Freeman personally donated to relief efforts, pledging $50,000 to the Atlanta Food Bank and $50,000 to the Giving Kitchen, a program that provides emergency assistance to food service workers, per ESPN's Jeff Passan. Freeman also donated $25,000 to the Salvation Army.

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