It doesn’t suck to be David Freese these days…

10
Nov
2011

This morning, Entertainment Weekly released that David Freese will appear (as himself) on a new ABC comedy entitled, “Work It.”  It’s a one-time appearance and “Work It” is basically an entire series based on the movie “White Chicks” that will ultimately fail, but still.  It can’t be any worse than Scott Spiezio, Adam Kennedy, and David Eckstein’s appearance on “She Spies” in 2005.

Now, we’re guessing that a grounded gentlemen like #23 won’t let it change his welcoming persona, but still, the world around him has changed a bit.  Allow us to recap the life and times of David Freese.  For the sake of brevity, we’ll limit ourselves to the last month.

October 9: Hits his first postseason HR against 2009 AL Cy young winner, Zack Greinke
October 10: Hits his second postseason HR in a 12-3 Cardinals victory
October 16: Hits a three-run HR to propel the Cardinals to a 12-6 win and NLCS clinch
October 16: Named the NLCS MVP
October 17: Subject of many, many puntastic headlines
October 28: Delivered a tying two-run triple in the 9th inning and walk-off HR in the 11th
October 29: Named World Series MVP following the Cardinals 11th franchise championship
October 31: Appears on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno“, following Justin Bieber
November 1: Appears on “The Ellen Degeneres Show“, again with Justin Bieber
November 1: Tweets photo of personalized underwear gifted by Ellen Degeneres
November 7: Awarded the Babe Ruth Award as the World Series MVP
November 9: Presents “Album of the Year” at the Country Music Awards with Erin Andrews
November 9: Has Erin Andrews fawn over him via Twitter

Yup, we’re going to go out on a limb and say that November 9th was the biggest achievement.

Yup, without question.

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