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Who's Next?

Who will be the next star to step up in the World Series?
Mike Napoli #25 of the Texas Rangers hits a single in the 11th inning during Game Six of the MLB World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on October 27, 2011 in St Louis, Missouri.   (Rob Carr, Getty Images)
Mike Napoli #25 of the Texas Rangers hits a single in the 11th inning during Game Six of the MLB World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on October 27, 2011 in St Louis, Missouri. (Rob Carr, Getty Images)
With his walk-off homer, David Freese is definitely the hero of Game 6.

He should enjoy his time in the spotlight, because if this World Series has taught us anything, it's that each game has featured a different star.

In Game 3, Albert Pujols joined Reggie Jackson and Babe Ruth in baseball history, when he hit 3 home runs in a single game.  That was incredible, but the very next game, Texas pitcher Derek Holland ingrained the image of his pitiful mustache in our minds by tossing one of the best games in World Series history.

Players are even out-doing each other in the same game!  Tonight, Josh Hamilton, one of the absolute best story lines in baseball, crushed a 2-run bomb that looked like it would give the Rangers their first World Series title in the 10th inning.  

No sir.

Former Houston Astro, Lance Berkman blasted a 2-out RBI single to keep the Cards afloat, and in the process, making Hamilton's moon shot an afterthought. 

So, who will be the star of Game 7? 

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