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Sandy Koufax was the most dominating pitcher in baseball from 1962 to 1966, winning five consecutive ERA titles and three Cy Young Awards, while compiling a 111-34 record with a 2.02 ERA during that span. It was in this context that Pirates slugger Willie Stargell famously stated, "Hitting against Koufax is like eating soup with a fork." This road flannel jersey was worn by Koufax during his final season of 1966, in which he went 27-9 with a career-best 1.73 ERA before leaving baseball on the top of his game. On the left front tail is the "Rawlings" label with the size "44." Below this is the name "Koufax" and under this is the year "66," both done in blue chain stitch. Below this is the wash tag and adjacent is the flag tag reading "Set 1 1966." Across the front of the jersey is the name "Los Angeles" in script-style letters made of blue felt. A black Sharpie autograph that rates an 8 is above this and reads "To Bob Best Wishes Sandy Koufax." The player number "32" appears on both the left breast and on the back of the shirt. The numbers on the front are made of red felt and the numbers on the back are made of blue felt. The jersey shows game use and appears to have no alterations of any kind.
1966 Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers Game-Used and Autographed Road Jersey
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Auction closed on Wednesday, June 26, 2002.
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