1960 Pittsburgh World Champions
In 1960 the New York Yankees would begin a run of five consecutive American League championships, the second time in their history they would do so. The National League champions were the Pittsburgh Pirates who were returning to the World Series for the first time since 1927. The Pirates won the World Series in seven games. Pins for the Pirates sometimes involved “overprints;” the process of printing “National League Champions” to the paper of a generic team pin prior to lamination.