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David Freese, left, is not having the type of postseason to which Cardinals fans have grown accustomed, with just seven hits in 37 at-bats. The 2011 NLCS and World Series MVP has always thrived when the lights are brightest and had two hits in the Cardinals' Game 6 clincher against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Boston will apparently turn to 21-year-old Xander Bogaerts, right, who passed Babe Ruth as the youngest Red Sox player to start a postseason game. He has responded with three doubles in six at-bats and has totaled a .727 on-base percentage in his six games. Bogaerts could be the biggest X-factor in this World Series. EDGE: CARDINALS
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