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The Left Arm Of God
He was a consummate artist on the mound, the most dominant player of his time, yet he shunned fame and always put team above self. On the field or off, Sandy Koufax was pitcher perfect
KOUFAX ON KOUFAX
But beyond everyone stood Sandy Koufax, Sportsman of the Year (see cover). He overcame a depressing physical disability that manifested itself in spring ...
THE GREAT HOLDOUT
You can learn a lot about the problems of journalism by studying the printed record of the life of Sandy Koufax. As far as I am concerned, nobody since Rudolph ...
A dandy not unlike Sandy
Likening USC's young Bill Bordley to Koufax might seem a bit much, if he were not a lefty with a 24-1 record
SANDY MAKES A PITCH FOR POSTERITY
Sandy Koufax sat on the padded bench in the third-base dugout at Dodger Stadium last week, the white towel draped around his neck accentuating the dark ...
Now Everyone Believes Him
The feeling also exists that if Richard had been a white superstar—a Sandy Koufax, say—he would have been treated differently if he ...
THE FINAL STRENGTH WAS SANDY
He watched as a thin young man of 19 named Sandy Koufax warmed up for his first start in the major leagues. "He's fast," Mele thought. Koufax was fast.
says Sandy Koufax, the last Dodger pitcher to be our Sportsman of the Year, in 1965 (box, page 75), and a minor league pitching instructor in the Los Angeles ...
THE $1,000,000 HOLDOUT
The Dodgers are virtually an un-team without Drysdale and Koufax, who started ... In the spring of 1961, just before he became a winning pitcher, Sandy Koufax ...
DOC KERLAN: Rx FOR ATHLETES
He nurtured Sandy Koufax's arthritic elbow through a couple of extra seasons, repaired Wilt Chamberlain's torn knee and made it possible for Bill Shoemaker to get back in the saddle again. His own disabling illness defies all his medical skills, a fact that singularly fails to quash his spirit