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45 Years ago today

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October 13th 1960, Forty-five years ago today, arguably the greatest moment in Pittsburgh sports or Im Major League Baseball took place in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh.


Late in the afternoon of Oct. 13, 1960, Bill Mazeroski launched a Ralph Terry pitch over the left field wall at Forbes Field. When that ball disappeared into Schenley Park, the heavily-underdog Pirates had defeated the New York Yankees, 10-9, and won the World Series. Its still the Only Game 7 Walk Off Home Run in MLB World Series History!

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