Forbes Field was a baseball park in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, from 1909 to June 28, 1970. It was the third home of the Pittsburgh
Information and pictures of Forbes Field, former home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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Forbes Field Opening: 35,000 Fans Help to Dedicate Ball Park: Largest
Assemblage Ever Gathered in Any Ball Park Anywhere Enjoys Ideal Weather
Roberto Clemente Dr. near S. Bouquet St., by remaining Forbes Field wall,
University of Pittsburgh campus, Oakland section of Pittsburgh. Dedication Date:
9 reviews of Forbes Field Outfield Wall "Site of the famous Bill Mazerowski's walk-
off home run, ending the 1960 World Series. This event is commemorated ...
Sep 24, 2014 ... ALL-STAR GAMES: 1944, 1959 LIGHTS: 1940. WORLD SERIES: 1909, 1925,
1927, 1960. thumbnail Forbes Field was my favorite baseball ...
Forbes Field was home to the National League Pittsburgh Pirates for sixty-one
years. The park was named after General John Forbes who was the British ...
Forbes Field, Pittsburgh: See 21 reviews, articles, and 11 photos of Forbes Field,
ranked No.94 on TripAdvisor among 164 attractions in Pittsburgh.
Sep 1, 2015 ... The Pirates had a chance to take sole possession of first place. All they needed
to do was sweep a double-header against the San Francisco ...