SANDY KOUFAX - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED POSTER - HFSID 289800
Sale Price $510.00
SANDY KOUFAXPoster-size (16x20) color photo of Koufax on the mound in Brooklyn Dodger uniform, completing his delivery Photograph signed: "Sandy Koufax". Color, 16x20. Sandy Koufax 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. Koufax played his entire career with the Dodgers, joining the team in Brooklyn in 1955. Traumatic arthritis ended his career after the 1966 season. It had taken Koufax a while to master his control, and his career was relatively short, but at his peak he was arguably the best pitcher in baseball history. In 1972, Koufax, at 36, became the youngest player ever elected to the Hall of Fame. Fine condition.
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