Freddie Freeman hits another home run and equals Albert Pujols’ record

Lyou Atlanta Braves were unrivaled in Game 6 of the World Series. Astros pitchers were punished with the best hitters, including Freddie Freeman, who hit a home run that wrote his name in history.

Already with Ryne Staneke on the mound for the Astros, Freeman showed up, who did not hesitate despite having two outs on the count and sent a 416-foot hit to the center field to extend Atlanta’s 7-0 lead.

A home run that made him the first baseman in the National League to have multiple home runs in the World Series since Albert Pujols hit it in 2011 with three.

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