SANDY KOUFAX - EPHEMERA SIGNED - HFSID 309841
Sale Price $637.50
His bold signature on an authentic home plate, a base seldom reached by runners when Sandy was on the mound.
Ephemera signed: "Sandy Koufax". Regulation size baseball home plate (19½x19½). PSA/DNA hologram affixed at tip. Sandy Koufax (born in 1935) holds the major league record for most consecutive years leading the league in Earned Run Average (1962-1966). During those seasons 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. Although he had a shorter career than many other greats, Koufax at his peak is considered by many the greatest pitcher of all time. In 1972, Koufax, at 36, became the youngest player ever elected to the Hall of Fame. Toned. Fine condition.
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