Jon Jay's David Freese World Series MVP Bobblehead Is A Thing That Exists

So: David Freese has a bobblehead. A 2011 World Series MVP bobblehead. And Jon Jay—his teammate, you'll remember, on the 2011 World Series champion St. Louis Cardinalshas decided to tweet about it, presumably because he picked one up himself. And that's how this exists:

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I like that he's being displayed with all of Jay's University of Miami gear—it makes the whole thing seem a little like a ransom note. If David Freese doesn't save the Cardinals' season three times in a row in 2012, this bobble head will get it.

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I also like that ragging on David Freese seems to be the official pastime of the St. Louis Cardinals—Matt Holliday has already been spotted on numerous occasions wearing a Freese shirt, which is, I think, one of those things we normals will never be able to understand. Imagining Rob Neyer facetiously wearing my blogger shersey up and down SB Nation headquarters doesn't quite seem like the perfect analogy, but it might just be because I don't play squash.

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