Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers Autographed Limited Edition 24 x 36 Canvas Giclee
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"With the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sandy Koufax had the best ERA in baseball for five straight years, and was the first pitcher to throw four no-hitters and win three Cy Young Awards. He also earned a Most Valuable Player award, and helped the Dodgers win four World Series championships. ""Either he throws the fastest ball I've ever seen, or I'm going blind,"" said fellow Hall of Famer, Richie Ashburn, of Koufax who accumulated 2,396 strikeouts over his 12-year career.
Arthritis in his left elbow ended Koufax's career prematurely at age 30. This merely enabled Koufax to become the youngest person ever elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame."
This 24" x 36" hand embellished Artist Recreation on Canvas Giclee is signed by both artist Justyn Farano and Sandy Koufax himself. Limited to 20 pieces, comes with an MLB Certificate of Authenticity and is sure to sell out.
Artist Justyn Farano is one of the premier sports and entertainment artist in the industry. His artwork is on display and showcased in various stadiums, teams stores, athlete homes, team owner's suites and the collections of art enthusiasts worldwide. Farano is the Official Artist Of The Ted Williams Museum.
- Hand Signed by Sandy Koufax
- Hand Signed by Justyn Farano
- Limited Edition of 20
- MLB Authentication
- Measures 24" x 36"
- Hand embellished and recreated in oil paint
- Stretched on canvas bars, ready to hang
- MANUFACTURER DIRECT ITEM - NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EXPEDITED SHIPPING
- Please allow 10-14 days for delivery
|Player Biography||An overpowering left-hander, Sandy Koufax enjoyed s six-year stretch as perhaps the most dominating pitcher in the game’s history. Koufax captured five straight ERA titles and set a modern record with 382 strikeouts in 1965. His fastball and devastating curve enabled him to pitch no-hitters in four consecutive seasons, including a perfect game in 1965. He posted a 0.95 ERA in four World Series, leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to three World Series championships. Hall of Fame slugger Willie Stargell once said: “Trying to hit (Koufax) was like trying to drink coffee with a fork.”|