David Freese led off Friday night's NLCS game and added yet another Game 6 home run to his resume
The Dodgers got out to an early 1-0 lead in NLCS Game 6 against the Brewers on Friday after David Freese hit a leadoff home run off Wade Miley that just kept on carrying right on over the right-center-field wall:
🎶 Came in like a wrecking ball. 🎶 pic.twitter.com/l3AJN9O73U- Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 20, 2018
This wasn't the first time Freese hit a home run in a postseason Game 6 -- clutch Game 6 home runs are sort of his thing at this point. In fact, it's not even his first NLCS Game 6 home run at Miller Park. Back in 2011, he helped the Cardinals with a homer against the Brewers:
And, of course it was his walk-off home run in Game 6 of the 2011 World Series that forced a Game 7 and helped the Cardinals to their eventual championship.
If there are any more Game 6's in Freese's future, our deepest sympathies go to whichever pitchers have to face him.