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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Giants shortstop Harvey Kuenn bats against Dodgers pitcher Ed Roebuck during the 1962 National League tiebreaker to determine which team goes to the World Series. The teams finished with identical 101-61 records to necessitate the tiebreaker. The Giants would win the game but eventually lose to the Yankees in the World Series. This year’s Giants squad has fought back from a 3-1 deficit and in their best-of-seven series against the Cardinals. The deciding game is tonight. (Neil Leifer/SI)
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Giants shortstop Harvey Kuenn bats against Dodgers pitcher Ed Roebuck during the 1962 National League tiebreaker to determine which team goes to the World Series. The teams finished with identical 101-61 records to necessitate the tiebreaker. The Giants would win the game but eventually lose to the Yankees in the World Series. This year’s Giants squad has fought back from a 3-1 deficit and in their best-of-seven series against the Cardinals. The deciding game is tonight. (Neil Leifer/SI)

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Phillies pitcher Tug McGraw and third baseman Mike Schmidt celebrate after the final out of the 1980 World Series. Philadelphia defeated Kansas City in six games to capture the frachise’s first championship. This year’s Phillies squad is a long way from the World Series and according to SI’s Cliff Corcoran, the team should be sellers at the trade deadline. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)
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Phillies pitcher Tug McGraw and third baseman Mike Schmidt celebrate after the final out of the 1980 World Series. Philadelphia defeated Kansas City in six games to capture the frachise’s first championship. This year’s Phillies squad is a long way from the World Series and according to SI’s Cliff Corcoran, the team should be sellers at the trade deadline. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)

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