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Sandy Koufax Is the Best I’ve Seen: Hall of Fame Manager Leo Durocher

Sandy Koufax won the Cy Young Award for the third time in 1966.

He won 27 games for a Los Angeles team that was offensively challenged, and compiled a 1.90 ERA+, which was the best of his career. Koufax was at his peak.

Los Angeles, led by Koufax and Don Drysdale, won the pennant, but the underdog Baltimore Orioles swept the Dodgers in the 1966 World Series.

It was a tremendous upset that only Frank Robinson and Orioles' manager Hank Bauer thought could happen.

A Shocking Announcement

On Nov. 18, 30-year-old Sandy Koufax announced his retirement, fearing that if he continued pitching, h...

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