If you’re thinking that Freddie Freeman’s eight-year, $135 million comparison is an approximation of what the Orioles might have to pay Chris Davis, it’s not a bad assumption.

The Atlanta Braves’ first baseman, who is two years younger than Davis, reached an agreement on Tuesday.

Atlanta moved quickly to lock up Freeman who is in his first year of arbitration eligibility.

Actually, Davis may be worth more than Freeman, whose first three years in the big leagues compare favorably with those of Hall of Famer Eddie Murray.

In signing Freeman for eight years, Atlanta paid him for three years of arbitration and five years of free agency since he wouldn’t have been eligible until 2017.

If the Orioles did the same for Davis, who last month signed a one-year contract for $10.35 million, they would have given him a seven-year contract. Davis has two years to go before free agency, presumably upping his asking price.

On Saturday, Davis reiterated his desire to stay in Baltimore and Dan Duquette told fans that he had approached a long-term extension with Scott Boras, Davis’ agent. Davis acted surprised when told the news, saying he didn’t know there had been any discussions.