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World Series Classics: LXIII – 1966 Style

Each year, when Spring has sprung, Southern California sports scribes pencil in their picks for League winners: Anaheim Angels in the AL, and LA Dodgers in the NL. 628 more words

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The Sandy Koufax Retrospective

‘Retrospective’ is an extension of Finding the River Styx’s study of pitchers with Tommy John-related injuries. This divergence focuses on major leaguers of the past; pitchers who pitched whole careers successfully without elbow injury. 986 more words


Shutting 'em Down in Game 7

We’ve had a World Series for just over 100 years now. In all that time game seven has been the ultimate finale of a season. There were a handful of Series’ that were a best of nine, but none of them ever went nine. 184 more words


Sandy's No-No's

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Today, I feel like talking about Sandy Koufax, but I don’t want to talk about him in general. Today’s post is going to be about all four of the Left Arm of God’s no-hitters. 348 more words

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Smallthoughts: Old school Tuesday ...Sandy Koufax

A left-handed pitcher, he played his entire Major League Baseball (MLB) career for the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, from 1955 to 1966. He retired at the peak of his career, and in 1972 became the youngest player ever elected to the… 908 more words


Video: Happy anniversary to Koufax's perfect game

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It was 49 years ago today, but it never gets old.

— Jon Weisman