1960 Pittsburgh


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1960 Pittsburgh


  • World Series champions (95-59)
  • R. Clemente (.314-16-94), D. Groat (.325)
  • V. Law (20-9), B. Friend (18-12)

Bill Mazeroski’s walk-off blast in the bottom of the ninth inning of Game 7 was the most famous home run in World Series history. It beat heavily favored New York after Pittsburgh had won its first pennant since 1927. SS Dick Groat won the NL batting championship and MVP award. Vern Law was the Cy Young winner. This team also has great defense with 1-rated defenders at 2B, 3B, CF and RF. 

 

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