University of Pittsburgh students cheer as they look down on Forbes Field from the top of their campus’s Cathedral of Learning during the 1960 World Series between the Pirates and Yankees. In Game 7, Bill Mazeroski hit the first walk-off home run in World Series history, a shot over the left-field fence that gave the Pirates a 10-9 win. (George Silk/Time Life Pictures)
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University of Pittsburgh students cheer as they look down on Forbes Field from the top of their campus’s Cathedral of Learning during the 1960 World Series between the Pirates and Yankees. In Game 7, Bill Mazeroski hit the first walk-off home run in World Series history, a shot over the left-field fence that gave the Pirates a 10-9 win. (George Silk/Time Life Pictures)

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Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen poses for a 2011 SI portrait. McCutchen drove in all three runs of Pittsburgh’s 3-2 win over Kansas City on Sunday, the team’s fourth  straight victory. The Pirates are now tied for first place in the NL Central, the first time they’ve occupied the top spot this season. (Al Tielemans/SI)
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Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen poses for a 2011 SI portrait. McCutchen drove in all three runs of Pittsburgh’s 3-2 win over Kansas City on Sunday, the team’s fourth  straight victory. The Pirates are now tied for first place in the NL Central, the first time they’ve occupied the top spot this season. (Al Tielemans/SI)

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