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KKKKKKKKK-oufax Retired 48 Years Ago Today

By Glen Sparks

Sandy Koufax went 27-9 in 1966 with 317 strikeouts and a career-best 1.73 ERA. In his final start, he gave up one earned run in six innings, in Game 1 of the ’66 World Series. 647 more words

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Nov 18, 1998:

Alice McDermott wins the National Book Award

On this day, Alice McDermott beats out front-runner Tom Wolfe for the National Book Award with her novel Charming Billy, losing a bet with her children. 1,238 more words

History

Clayton Kershaw Becomes 1st Pitcher To Win NL MVP Since 1968

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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – Clayton Kershaw becomes the first pitcher in the National League to win the Most Valuable Player award since Bob Gibson in 1968. 207 more words

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Clayton Kershaw, Sandy Koufax and Unanimous Winners of the Cy Young Award

Since the Cy Young Award‘s inception (1956), only 17 pitchers have won it unanimously, including this season’s winner, Clayton Kershaw. Kershaw takes home the… 295 more words

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Don Drysdale (1957 - Topps #18)

Born Donald Scott Drysdale in 1936, ‘Don’ (the “Big D”) was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956, and pitched 15 years with the Dodgers between Brooklyn and Los Angeles.  98 more words

VJP Legends

If Cy Has an Award, Then Why Doesn't Matty? At Least He Has a Stat

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The San Francisco Giants have won the 2014 World Series! This was greatly because of the excellent pitching of Giants starter, Madison Bumgarner… 362 more words

World Series