1950's Sandy Koufax & Don Drysdale Early Career Signed NL Giles Baseball PSA DNA
In what was widely regarded as one of the most fearsome pitching duo in baseball history, Hall of Famers Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale both made their Major League debuts at the age of 19, with Koufax starting in 1955 and Drysdale in 1966. Both pitchers would be key contributors to the 1959, 1963 and 1965 World Series titles for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Both Koufax and Drysdale have signed their name in black ink on the side panel of this Official National League Warren Giles baseball. Koufax’s signature is above Drysdale’s and both signatures are clear. The baseball displays some toning and dirt marks likely from game use, but the stampings are still in solid condition. This dual-signed baseball by two of the most dominant pitchers of their era comes with a full LOA from PSA/DNA (T05525).