At this point, it’s unclear when we’ll get to see the next MLB game. The league — and every other American sports league — delayed its season amid the coronavirus pandemic.

With the move coming toward the final stretch of spring training, MLB players are left to get ready for a season with an uncertain starting date.

But at least Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman is doing his part to stay fresh for the season

He has his son to help.

Freeman’s wife, Chelsea, posted a video of Freddie and their 3-year-old son, Charlie, playing some backyard baseball on Sunday. Let’s just say that Freddie didn’t go easy on his son.

Backyard baseball ⚾️pic.twitter.com/JZstzUR60v

— Chelsea Freeman (@chelseafree5)March 22, 2020

Charlie left an off-speed pitch up high for Freddie, and the four-time All-Star absolutely crushed the ball into the woods.

Just look at Charlie’s reaction — it was too good.

And sure, this wasn’t exactly 98 mph heat from Charlie, but it’ll have to work in these trying times.