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    1960 Pittsburgh Pirates World Series Game One Full Unused Ticket. It seemed a forgone conclusion that the New York Yankees would go on to win yet another World Series title in 1960. After all, the team had won seven titles under Casey Stengel since 1949. However, Roberto Clemente's Bucs had another plan, as the Pirates beat the Yanks in seven games. This Game One full ticket is in Fair condition due to some paper loss on the back. Maris, Howard and Maz all homered in this game, with the Pirates winning 6-4 despite thirteen hits by the Yankees.

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