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What Would You Trade A World Series Home Run Ball For?

2011 World Series Game 6 - Texas Rangers v St Louis Cardinals
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After the huge game 6 last night, the fan that caught the home run ball hit by David Freese didn’t ask for money.He could have probably gotten a good amount of cash for it. After all it was the ball that ended up being the deciding factor in the Cardinals win over the Rangers in game 6 of the World Series!David Huyette is a radiologist that is a life long Cardinals fan and having Freese sign a bat for him was good enough!

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