Saturday, November 20, 2010

A home run I will always remember. . .

I was 10-years-old and watching the 7th game of the 1960 World Series between the New York Yankees and the Pittsburg Pirates. Bill Mazeroski came to the plate and the rest is history. I was cheering for New York, but I couldn't help being thrilled by this series ending blast. What a moment! It is as if it were yesterday. . .50 years ago!

Enjoy this post dedicated to my dear friend and partner, Keith Ackerman and his father, Bishop Ackerman.

1 comment:

Keith A. Ackerman said...

I still get goosebumps evrytime I see this clip! Dad and I were lucky enough to get to know Maz a few years back at Pirates Fantasy Camp - he is a very warm and kind fella. Thanks for positing this Larry! Go Buccos!