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Film of 1960 World Series found in Bing Crosby's cellar

Published 09/24/2010

20th century superstar entertainer Bing Crosby's zealous support and superstition wound up being a good thing for baseball fans: Found in his wine cellar was film of the deciding Game 7, in which Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Bill Mazeroski hit a game-ending homer to beat the New York Yankees, that was thought to be lost forever. Crosby was part-owner of the Pirates until his death in 1977.

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