David Freese made his MLB debut on April 26, 2009 with the St. Louis Cardinals. He became a household name during the 2011 playoffs due to his incredible hitting.
David Freese's batting average in 2011 was .297.
David Freese's batting average in 2010 was .296.
David Freese's jersey number is 23.
David Freese hit 10 home runs during the 2011 MLB season.
David Freese batting average in 2009 was .323.
David Freese bats and throws right-handed.
David Freese made his MLB debut on April 6, 2009.
David Freese was nearly signed by the Boston Red Sox in 2006.
David Freese batted .533 in his senior year at Lafayette High School, a school record.
In 2004 David Freese was named to the NJCAA All-America second team.
David Freese studied computer science at the University of Missouri.
In 2011 David Freese set the postseason record in RBIs with 21.
David Freese is one of only six people to be both the NLCS and World Series MVP in the same year.
David Freese was named the 2011 NLCS MVP.
David Freese won a World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011.
David Freese was named the 2011 World Series MVP.
David Freese was named the best Division I third baseman by the American Baseball Association in 2004.
Despite playing in the MLB, David Freese did not join his college baseball team until his sophomore year when he transfered to Saint Louis Community College-Meramec from University of Missouri-Columbia.