SANDY KOUFAX - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CO-SIGNED BY: BOB FELLER, NOLAN RYAN - HFSID 295511
NO-HIT GAME KINGS: SANDY KOUFAX, NOLAN RYAN, and BOB FELLER Baseball signed by the all-time leaders in this rare category. Baseball signed: "Sandy Koufax", "Nolan Ryan" (sweet spot), "Bob Feller". Rawlings Official American League Baseball, Bobby Brown.
Sale Price $850.00
NO-HIT GAME KINGS: SANDY KOUFAX, NOLAN RYAN, and BOB FELLER Baseball signed by the all-time leaders in this rare category. Baseball signed: "Sandy Koufax", "Nolan Ryan" (sweet spot), "Bob Feller". Rawlings Official American League Baseball, Bobby Brown. A no-hitter is a rare baseball event. Only 273 have been thrown in Major League history, and the signers here have tossed more than anyone else: Nolan Ryan pitched 7, Sandy Koufax 4, and Bob Feller 3. (Nineteenth century pitcher Larry Corcoran also tossed three, notching his third in 1884, a record which stood until Koufax's fourth in 1965.) SANDY KOUFAX (b. 1935) holds the major league record for most consecutive years leading the league in Earned Run Average (1962-1966) during which time his record was 111-34 with 100 complete games, 33 of them shutouts. In 1963, the Dodgers' pitcher was the National League's Most Valuable Player and Cy Young Award winner. He also won the Cy Young Award in 1965 and 1966. Traumatic arthritis ended his career after the 1966 season. In 1972, Koufax, at 36, became the youngest player ever elected to the Hall of Fame. NOLAN RYAN (b. 1947) dominated hitters for an unparalleled 27 seasons. Ryan has more strikeouts (5,714), pitched more no-hitters (seven) and played more seasons (27) than anyone in baseball history. He retired after winning 324 games. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1999, his first year of eligibility, receiving 98.79% of the votes cast. Ryan, who had begun as a New York Met and moved on to the California Angels, spent his last 14 seasons in Texas with the Houston Astros (1980-1988) and Texas Rangers (1989-1993). BOB FELLER (1918-2010) has the most wins of any pitcher in Cleveland Indians history, "Rapid Robert" became in 1962 the first pitcher since charter member Walter Johnson to be elected to the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. Though regarded as the fastest pitcher of his day, he himself attributed his strikeout records to his curve and slider. Feller set a ML record with 208 walks and led the AL in both strikeouts and wins from 1939 to 1941. The first Major Leaguer to volunteer for military service after Pearl Harbor, Feller lost four seasons to the war. He won 25 games in his last pre-war season, and 26 in his first year back, so he might have added another 100 victories to his already impressive career total of 266. He was voted All-Star in 1938-41, 1946-48 and in 1950. Toned. Fine condition.
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