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Cardinals World Series Game 6 DVD Set trivia: “RBI kings”

Correctly answer a multi-part St. Louis Cardinals-related trivia question and win a free Baseball’s Greatest Games: 2011 World Series, Game 6 DVD Set from The Cardinal Nation Blog and A+E Networks Home Entertainment/MLB Productions.

This is the newest installment in our series of St. Louis Cardinals-related trivia questions here at The Cardinal Nation Blog. Before responding, please familiarize yourself with the complete contest rules (follow the link) to ensure your entry will qualify.

The reader who posts the first complete and correct answer below will win a free copy of Baseball’s Greatest Games: 2011 World Series, Game 6 – or as the sticker attached to the wrapper calls it, “The historic Freese game”.

In this two-disc set, one of the most exciting post-season games ever is being made available for the first time in high-definition Blu-ray with 5.1 surround sound. This package has the game in standard DVD format as well, along with the audio calls of the iconic contest. It retails for $24.99 and is being provided courtesy of A+E Networks Home Entertainment/MLB Productions.

Here is your trivia question. Note that it has multiple parts, all of which must be answered correctly. Only one answer per person is allowed.

In 2011, David Freese set the new MLB all-time RBI record for a single post-season with 21. That being his first post-season as a major leaguer, 21 is also Freese’s career playoff RBI total.

Where does that rank Freese on the Cardinals team all-time career post-season RBI list AND who are the players ahead of him?

Good luck to everyone and please remember to read the rules before answering. And if you don’t win this time, check back for new trivia questions to be posted at random times this week.

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15 Responses to “Cardinals World Series Game 6 DVD Set trivia: “RBI kings””

  1. Tom says:


    Pujols, Edmonds, Molina, McGee

  2. JumboShrimp says:

    Ian Stewart is a high upside talent, uneven in Colorado. He could lift his game for the Cubs. LaHair is a strong guy. I can see how those two could be not easy matchups for Wainwright.

    • JumboShrimp says:

      Shane Robinson and Matt Carpenter had hits. Also the bullpen pitched well (Marte, Romero, McClellan, Salas).

    • JumboShrimp says:

      Looked at the replays. Credit Stewart and LaHair. LaHair drove the ball opposite field power alley, something few can do; he is very strong. Its dangerous to come inside to Stewart; he has terrific pull power, as he showed. Two dangerous hitters in the Cubs lineup.

      • JumboShrimp says:

        Its not good that Lance Berkman is out of action, but a benefit is giving at bats to Matt Carpenter. He looks like a good one, ready for ML action. Just needs at bats.

  3. crdswmn says:

    I couldn’t sleep, so I went to the PD to peruse the latest Cardinals offerings. There I discovered Joe Strauss’ latest.

    Or as it should be more appropriately titled, “The Cardinals Still Don’t Know What They Didn’t Know Before About Chris Carpenter.”

    There just went 5 minutes of my life I will never get back again.

    Then I read this from Brian Burwell:

    Brian Burwell writes something worth reading and the Cubs were the only NL Central team to win today. The universe is messed up.

  4. JumboShrimp says:

    Today’s game is nice because less experienced Cards have contributed. Lynn, another fine start. Carpenter a double, Descalso a triple, Greene with an RBI. Today will be good for their confidence.
    Matheny made calls to the bullpen at just the right time, lefties to face Stewart.

  5. Kansasbirdman says:

    Missed first part of game. Freese not in the lineup?

  6. JumboShrimp says:

    Scott Gorgen has had a couple of solid starts for Springfield. If Gorgen establishes that he is back, he may merit a promotion to Memphis.

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