On This Day in Pittsburgh History: August 5, 1921
The first broadcast of a sports event in world history is on the radio by KDKA as the Pirates defeat Philadelphia 8-5 at Forbes Field. [Wikipedia; Hammond Museum of Radio] 

On This Day in Pittsburgh History: August 5, 1921

The first broadcast of a sports event in world history is on the radio by KDKA as the Pirates defeat Philadelphia 8-5 at Forbes Field. [WikipediaHammond Museum of Radio

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