Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers - 1966 World Series-one of my favorite baseball players from my childhood!

Dodgers hurler Sandy Koufax during the 1966 World Series against the Orioles (Herb Scharfman/SI).

Sanford "Sandy" Koufax is a retired American baseball player. A left-handed pitcher, he played his entire Major League Baseball career for the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, from 1955 to 1966. He refused to pitch game 1 in the World Series, the LA Dodgers vs. The Minnesota Twins because if fell on the 1st night of Yom Kippur.

#200 Sandy Koufax

1964 Topps Sandy Koufax PSA NM The legendary Sandy Koufax is presented in brilliant flare on this fabulous card - Available at Sunday Internet Sports.

“Pitching is the art of instilling fear.”   --Sandy Koufax--   Hall of Fame pitcher with Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers

Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy - One of the best baseball books I've read, in one of the neatest formats I've seen; Leavy interleaves Koufax' bio with the story of his perfect game.

Heres a 1963 color transparency of the great Sandy Koufax.  This photo was taken during the 1963 World Series in Yankee Stadium by Marvin Newman.

The GREAT Sandy Koufax is my all time favorite baseball player. I saw him pitch at Dodger Stadium in the and still remember what a GREAT pitcher he was! This photo was taken during the 1963 World Series in Yankee Stadium by Marvin Newman.

Sandy Koufax:  As much as it pains me to praise a Dodger, there's no way you can overlook this guy.  For a period of 5 years he may have been the greatest pitcher to ever take the mound.

Sandy Koufax: As much as it pains me to praise a Dodger, there's no way you can overlook this guy. For a period of 5 years he may have been the greatest pitcher to ever take the mound.

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