The 1960 World Series found the numbers largely in favor of the New York Yankees, but the opportunistic Pittsburgh Pirates had the series knotted at 3-3. The final game saw unlikely hero Bill Mazeroski break the tie in the bottom of the ninth with the first ever World Series-ending home run. Film of this game─once thought lost, but found in former Pirates' co-owner Bing Crosby's cellar─can be seen in its entirety, with the original TV broadcast. Also included is a series retrospective. 3 3/4 hrs. on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; alternate radio play-by-play; bonus footage.