Mel Allen and Bob Prince will call the action -- from Thursday, October 13, 1960, at Forbes Field -- which begins at 8 PM.
It was long believed that no video of the game -- except for a few highlight clips -- had survived. However, last December, a black-and-white kinescope of the entire game was discovered in the former home of singer Bing Crosby, a part owner of the Pirates.
Crosby couldn't bear to watch the game live, although he did listen by radio while in Paris, so he had hired a company to record the broadcast by kinescope. The early relative of DVR meant that he could go back and watch the 2-hour, 36-minute game later if the Pirates won.
G1 - Pirates 6, Yankees 4
G2 - Yankees 16, Pirates 3
G3 - Yankees 10, Pirates 0
G4 - Pirates 3, Yankees 2
G5 - Pirates 5, Yankees 2
G6 - Yankees 12, Pirates 0