World Series Game 6: David Freese and Biggest Home Runs in Fall Classic History

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World Series Game 6: David Freese and Biggest Home Runs in Fall Classic History
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The World Series has seen a number of big home runs over the years. While there have only been two series-winning walk-off home runs in World Series history, there have been a number of others that have made a big difference.

During Game 6 of the 2011 World Series, the St. Louis Cardinals were pushed to the edge of elimination not once, but twice. They were one strike from being eliminated on two occasions, and they fought back.

Then they got a massive home run from David Freese in the bottom of the 11th to win the game.

There have been a number of other big leaguers who have defined their career by hitting big home runs in the World Series. The following are the greatest.

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