Sandy Koufax 1963 NL MVP & Cy Young Signed Brooklyn Dodgers Jersey JSA COA


Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers ace Sandy Koufax—the renowned "Left Arm of God"—compiled one of the most incredible six-season stretches in baseball history. From 1961 to 1966, Koufax was virtually unhittable, twirling his way to three Cy Young trophies, two World Series Most Valuable Player Awards, and the 1963 NL MVP trophy. Despite finishing the 1966 season with a 27-9 record, 1.73 ERA, and 317 strikeouts, Koufax abruptly retired, ending one of baseball's most magical careers. Koufax became the youngest player enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame following his election in 1972. Koufax penned his distinct signature an inscribed "1963 MVP & C.Y." with a blue marker across the chest of this offered MLB Cooperstown Collection Los Angeles Dodgers #32 flannel jersey. The jersey comes with a COA  from JSA (XX44863) for the signature. 

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