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One more look at the 1965 Dodgers

Having spent this year celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1965 World Series champion Dodgers — review all the posts here — I thought I’d take one last look at the season through some selected pages of the 1966 Dodger yearbook. 47 more words

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Happy 80th birthday to Sandy Koufax

What can I say, the upcoming baseball season will be the 50th since the great pitcher and modest beyond words, man Sandy Koufax was forced to retire at the peak of his career due to an arthritic elbow. 166 more words

Happy 80th birthday, Sandy Koufax

By Mark Langill

Sandy Koufax, the man who never grew old on the baseball field, celebrates his 80th birthday today. The 2016 season will be the 50th anniversary of the iconic pitcher walking away at the top of his game because of health concerns, specifically arthritis in his left elbow. 397 more words

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Ultimate presents: Most valuable Dodger memorabilia

By Cary Osborne

What is the most valuable piece of Dodger memorabilia? 328 more words

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Then and now

Fifty years ago, Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale tried one of the boldest maneuvers in baseball history. That year, 1965, Koufax and Drysdale carried the Los Angeles Dodgers to the World Series almost by themselves. 2,188 more words

Joe Posnanski

Greinke, Kershaw not alone in post-award arguments

By Cary Osborne

After Wednesday’s Cy Young Award announcements, we know that Zack Greinke has the best pitching season by a Dodger to not get recognized with a Cy Young Award. 789 more words

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