Sandy Koufax won't have anything to do with the Los Angeles Dodgers anymore because he's not gay. I also have nothing to do with the Dodgers, and I'm not gay, and there end all similarities between us. Koufax ended his year association with the Bums after a blind gossip item in the New York Post -- owned, like the Dodgers, by News Corp. This was one of those blind items that was about as blind as a peregrine falcon. The hero in question could only have been Koufax, and the bestselling biography can only be "Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy" by former Washington Post writer Jane Leavy, the only "her" who's written a bestselling bio about a Hall of Famer lately. Leavy called the item "blatantly unfair, scandalous and contemptible" and denied the charge.
Sandy Koufax insists he's not gay
Like Chosen Rosen? Not actually Jewish. Family came from Poland. LR: We want him. He hit three home runs in the series. Actually, his family belonged to Temple Emanu-El in the s.
Dodgers and Sandy Koufax team up again after years apart
Born on December 30, , in Brooklyn, New York, Sandy Koufax signed by the hometown Brooklyn Dodgers, the hard-throwing left-hander was the most dominant pitcher in baseball until elbow arthritis forced an early retirement at age Koufax became the youngest player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in , and has since served as a pitching instructor for his former team. The future baseball great took on his more familiar surname at age 9 when his mother, Evelyn, remarried attorney Irving Koufax. An outstanding schoolboy athlete, Koufax starred at basketball and barely played baseball during his time at Lafayette High School.
Sandy Koufax is 6' 2". Sandy Koufax was born on December 30, Yes, Sandy Koufax attended the University of Cincinnati.