1960s World Series: We Had 'Em All The Way
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Fifty years ago today, second baseman Bill Mazeroski hit a game-ending, World-Series-winning home run and earned his place not just in Pittsburgh lore but in the history of the sport of baseball. Today, the Post-Gazette presents a compilation of coverage from 1960 and 2010, as we celebrate this great anniversary.
PG interactive: The '60 Bucs - Looking back 50 years at a magical season
PG video: Maz's triumphant trot around the bases
PG video: Mazeroski jersey unveiled
Fan Memories: From seventh game to seventh heaven
Game One: Bucs Top Yanks in Opener
Game Two: Pirate Second Victory Slightly Delayed
Game Three: We still can't believe it
Game Four: Oh, My! How sweet this is!
Game Five: We had 'em all the way, 5-2
Game Six: Yankees blast Pirates, 12-0
Game Seven: Maz Homer in 9th Wins, 10-9
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First Published October 13, 2010 12:00 am