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50th Anniversary of Maz’s Homerun

50th Anniversary of Maz’s Homerun

Forbes Field - Eve Bandi

(My sister, a senior at Pitt, spent Wednesday afternoon enjoying the 50-year celebration of Bill Mazeroski's 1960 World Series winning home run. She graciously agreed to share her thoughts on the event. Ladies and gentleman, it is my proud pleasure to welcome Eve Bandi to Pittsburgh Lumber Co. for her blogging debut. Her contribution is greatly appreciated. - Matt Bandi)

Waking up Wednesday morning, feeling much better after an illness the previous night, I figured my only task for the day would be to complete an optics test that I hadn’t studied for. Sounds exciting, right? I was listening to the radio and they mentioned the 50th anniversary celebration of the 1960 World Series victory. People visit the remaining wall of Forbes Field every October 13th, ...

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