1971 World Series
1979 World Series
Roberto Clemente
Ralph Kiner
Danny Murtaugh
Honus Wagner


1960 World Series

The ultimate baseball dream -- winning a championship in one swing: Bill Mazeroski's World Series walk-off powers the underdog Pirates past the New York Yankees.

1971 World Series

Pirates pitcher Steve Blass throws the final out as the Pirates defeat the Baltimore Orioles four games to three to win their fourth World Series championship.

Clemente's 3,000th Hit

Roberto Clemente doubles off the New York Mets' Jon Matlack at Three Rivers Stadium on September 30, 1972 for the 3,000th and final hit of his career.

Candelaria's No-Hitter

Pirates pitcher John Candelaria gets Bill Russell to fly out for the final out to complete his no-hitter against the LA Dodgers on August 9, 1976 at Three Rivers Stadium.

1979 World Series

Willie Stargell's Game 7 home run in Baltimore on October 17, 1979 helps the Pirates overcome a three games to one deficit to become World Series champs for the fifth time.

Cordova/Rincon No-Hitter

Francisco Cordova hurls nine no-hit frames and Ricardo Rincon throws a hitless 10th on July 12, 1997 at Three Rivers Stadium for MLB's first extra-inning combined no-hitter.