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 Post subject: Re: Dodgers' "stuff"
PostPosted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:20 pm 
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That is one hell of a tie. Attire means a great deal to me when I teach. The students have to think that their teacher takes what he is doing seriously enough to dress appropriately for the occasion. I just got through two summer school sessions and succeeded in wearing a different Brooklyn Dodgers' T shirt for each class. The students begin to appreciate the wonder of it all during the third week, and then they start asking important questions like "How many Brooklyn Dodgers' shirts do you have?" And that raises the question, "How many Brooklyn Dodgers' ties are there?" And would it be possible during the winter months when the Ts go into storage to wear a different Brooklyn Dodger tie for each class?


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 2:29 pm 
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theamazingmet wrote:
Just got this for my birthday (thanks Adam Richman);


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no thats not me in the pic.


LOL!!! Just noticed! I can thank him for mine too!

Lou


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It is great to see the Brooklyn Dodgers still being taught in school. What a great way to keep the memories alive. I must say the Professor is looking good these days.


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The jersey from Sandy Koufax’s first season in 1955.
If you want to buy this Sandy Koufax jersey, you might need the salary of a major league baseball player.

Lelands.com is auctioning a Sandy Koufax rookie jersey from 1955. As of Tuesday morning, the bid was close to $200,000, but the auction site estimated that it could sell for as much as $500,000. The auction, which started last month, ends June 30.


According to the site, the jersey is in great condition, its only noticeable blemishes a few moth holes on the back of the collar and under the Koufax name, which is stitched on the bottom right corner of the jersey’s front. A Dodgers minor league player acquired it directly from Koufax in 1957.

Though he was only 19 in 1955, Koufax helped lead the Brooklyn Dodgers to their first-ever World Series, with a 2-2 record with a very respectable 3.02 earned run average. From there, of course, the Jewish southpaw would go on to become one of the best pitchers of all time, but memorabilia from an athlete’s rookie (or first full) season is always worth more than from later years.


The Lelands auction also includes a baseball that may have been used in a 1963 World Series game in which Koufax beat the New York Yankees and recorded 15 strikeouts. Koufax pitched that gem in the series’ first game, but Lelands can only confirm that the ball is from one of the first two games in the series.

Lelands also recently auctioned off an extremely rare baseball signed by Jewish player Moe Berg for $35,000. Berg, who played for five teams between 1923 and 1939, was a catcher who later became a spy for the CIA (then the Office of Strategic Services). He spoke seven languages and was once called the “strangest man ever to play baseball.”


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