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It Went All the Way!
And so did Pittsburgh's Pirates when Bill Mazeroski swung his bat and hit the ball over Forbes Field's distant left field wall. Yankee hopes were dead, the seventh game was over and the Pirates had won their first World Series in 35 years.
Friend, Mazeroski and Skinner are back inform, and the Pirates are dangerous once more. But without real power, they must play near-perfect baseball to rise above fourth this year
The Pirates will be a stimulating team to watch this summer as they throw strong pitching, superior defense, sharp hitting and fast legs onto the field. They'll be ...
PITTSBURGH PIRATES: The case of the vanishing infield
Already top-heavy in pitching, defense and singles hitters, Pittsburgh went for more of the same by trading off its veteran infielders. The moves may pay off someday—but not in 1963
Law is the difference again Strong points: The Pirates are still a hitting team; they were first in the league last year (.273), just as they were in 1960, when they ...
The Pirates were supposed to start their climb last year—and didn't. Now, a year wiser, they realize that half a dozen fine young players can't do it alone. But if ...
The explanation to each of the Pittsburgh Pirates stated that the meeting was being called so that the players, the coaches and the manager could discuss ...
Once a great power in the National League, the Pirates have lately been in danger of developing a last-place complex. As tonic against such a psychosis, fiery ...
There was plenty of good pitching in Pittsburgh last year, yet the Pirates fell to eighth, winning 74 and losing 88â€”proving that pitching is, after all, only 45.7% of ...
The Pirates, under tough little Danny Murtaugh, are looking for another pennant with the same lively crew—Hoak, Groat, Skinner, etc.—that won last year.