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Driving his 2011 Black Range Rover in Wildwood, Missouri, St. Louis Cardinals 3rd baseman David Freese encountered a deer on the road. Freese, as most drivers would, decided that he did not want to end the life of a wild animal/damage his car.
Indeed, David Freese is a catch. He plays third base for the St. Louis Cardinals, has the rugged good looks that land you a GQ spread, and recently visited Six Flags to raise awareness for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri. Unfortunately, a local reporter who met him at the amusement park was unable to keep business and pleasure separate. It’s going to get uncomfortable, after the jump.
The BBC’s Simon Brotherton calls David Freese’s World Series, bottom-of-the-11th, Game-7-forcing home run. Much like when British writers recap an NFL game, there’s something both odd and great about hearing this.
I mean…you’ve got to be kidding me. Remember the crazy last day of the regular season, when playoff spots were won and lost with crazy walkoff finishes? The postseason, it seems, is ending the same way.
Wow. One strike away from bowing out of the World Series in six games against the Texas Rangers, the St. Louis cardinals’ David Freese came up with one of the biggest hits he’ll ever get – a two-out, two-run triple that tied Game 6 of the Series at 7, and ultimately forced extra innings.