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It’s a sweet looking card but what makes it exceptional is probably the condition it’s in.
Shannon Reed | Longreads | October 2017 | 16 minutes (3,891 words)
All Pittsburghers, even those who can’t be bothered with baseball, know what happened on October 13, 1960: the Pirates’ second baseman, Bill Mazeroski, hit a walk-off home run, which shot over the left field fence of Forbes Field in Oakland, and into history, securing for the Pirates the World Series in the seventh game. 4,099 more words