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Baseball's Greatest Games: 1960 World Series Game

Baseball's Greatest Games: 1960 World Series Game

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On October 13 1960 the Pittsburgh Pirates completed one of the most unlikely upsets in World Series history. It was a classic tense Game 7 marked by heroics lead changes and a stunning home run from "Maz." After six games the heavily favored New York Yankees had compiled impressive Fall Classic numbers:.340 team batting average 78 hits and 46 runs to the Pirates 17. Yet the opportunistic Pirates had the series even at three wins apiece. In Game 7 the Pirates stormed to an early 4-0 lead but waves of scoring from both clubs had the game knotted at nine in the bottom of the ninth. Then 24-year-old Bill Mazeroski known more for his glove than his bat approached the plate and launched the first World Series-ending home run in Major League history setting off a delirious celebration that reverberated from Forbes Field across Pittsburgh and through the annals of all-time sports achievements. Direct from the Major League Baseball Archives this rare and extraordinary television.

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    Title: Baseball's Greatest Games: 1960 World Series Game
    Genre: Sports-Baseball
    Starring: Bill Mazeroski
    Attributes: 2PC
    Release Date: 12/14/2010
    Product Type: DVD
    Catalog #: 35208
    UPC: 733961240696
    Item #: ANE040696

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 12/14/2010
    Closed Caption: No
    Studio: A&E Home Video

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