Great news ... Atlanta Braves superstar Freddie Freeman is finally "feeling great" -- this just 1 week after his wife said he was in rough shape after contracting coronavirus.
Last Friday, Chelsea Freeman said her 30-year-old hubby was hit "like a ton of bricks" by COVID-19 ... suffering from fever, headaches, chills and body aches.
In her post, Chelsea sounded VERY concerned for the MLB superstar ... writing, "He is someone who rarely gets sick."
But, Chelsea provided an encouraging update Thursday ... saying Freddie is now "feeling great!"
"Our whole family is healthy," she said. "Thank God!"
Freddie has yet to rejoin the Braves for summer camp, and even though it seems unlikely at the moment he'll be a part of the team for Opening Day later this month -- manager Brian Snitker has said he's still hopeful.
Freddie is one of the best players in the entire sport ... he's a four-time All-Star with a career .293 batting average.
The Braves, meanwhile, are expected to make a serious run at the World Series with Freddie in their lineup this season.