Sandy Koufax / Ken Regan Dual Autographed 'Celebrating with Teammates' Photograph
Sandy Koufax was the most dominating pitcher of his generation. His career peaked with a six-year run like no other in the history of the game from 1961-1966, a period of time that included six straight All-Star appearances, three Cy Young Awards, and a NL MVP Award in 1963. From 1963-1966, he won 97 games and lost only 27.
A four-time World Series Champion and two-time World Series MVP, Koufax played his entire career for the Dodgers organization, first in Brooklyn and then in Los Angeles. He threw four No-Hitters and one perfect game and made national headlines for his controversial decision to not pitch during Game 1 of the 1965 World Series, as the game fell on Yom Kippur, the most holy day in the Jewish religion. His career was cut short due to a bout with arthritis at the age of 30. As a result he became the youngest player to ever be elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame in 1972 at age 36.
Ken Regan was born and grew up in the Bronx. He studied journalism at Columbia and attended New York University's Film School. His photography career began in the sports arena where he covered the World Series, Super Bowls, the Olympics, heavyweight championship fights, Hockey, Basketball, Tennis, Auto Racing, and other professional sports for Time, Sports Illustrated, Life, and Newsweek. By the late 80s, Ken had over 200 magazine covers to his credit, as well as numerous awards from the Missouri School of Journalism and World Press Photo to the New York Newspaper Guild.
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