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WORLD SERIES CLASSICS - LX - 1963 Style

 
WORLD SERIES CLASSICS LX –  1963 Style

The East Coast and Left Coast would do battle once again. This time the Bronx Bombers would encounter “Judas O’Malley’s” pitching-rich, transplanted Dodgers.

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World Series

Gold Chains and Madeleines

So, what have Marcel Proust, Sandy Koufax, and Sylvester Stallone all have in common? “I’ll take ‘Things Completely Unrelated’ for $800, please.”

I firmly believe that intelligence, creativity, and education are all about putting things together that have no apparent reason for being on the same planet, let alone in the same neighborhood. 825 more words

My Life, The Book

I don’t think my life is interesting enough to warrant a biography, believing those are best reserved for people of some consequence, but in the off chance I win the lottery or wake up in some alternate reality where I’m an important person, I think I’d like Sandy Koufax to write it.  123 more words

Clayton Kershaw gets 1st win as Dodgers beat Rockies 7-3

It took Clayton Kershaw three starts to get his first victory and he still is trying to find his groove after putting together one of the greatest seasons any pitcher ever had. 892 more words

Sports

Remembering '65: Sandy's scare

By Jon Weisman

Imagine a world without the Internet, without social media, without wall-to-wall sports coverage, and you pick up your morning paper from the driveway to find this: 665 more words

History

Remembering '65: Spring Training optimism

By Jon Weisman

Periodically this year at Dodger Insider, we’ll flash back to 1965 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of that World Series title for the Dodgers. 611 more words

History

“Pitching is the art in instilling fear’ – Sandy Koufax