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1960 World Series – Game 7

Game Highlights

  • In game 7 Bill Mazeroski hit the series winning ninth-inning home run.  It was the first World Series game to end in a home run and the first World Series to end in a home run.
  • Despite the loss, the Yankees scored 55 runs, which was the most runs scored by any individual team in World Series History.  It was twice the 27 runs the Pirates scored.
  • The series MVP was Yankee’s Bobby Richardson, the only person at the time to win the MVP from a losing team.   He was also the first non-pitcher to be named MVP.

This is a small taste of what’s going to be available in Classic Baseball Broadcasts.

It will be a historical baseball experience like nothing that currently exists and we can’t wait to open the doors.

There will be original broadcasts of games from 1920-1973, interviews of players, commentaries by the likes of Mel Allen and even some fun vintage radio commercials.

Everything will be easily searchable by players, teams and seasons.

Best of all, each month we will give you a monthly Baseball Experience where we bring you the best of the best in baseball history for hours of listening pleasure.

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