Feb 24, 2003 · 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 Author: King Kaufman. Koufax strikes out at gay rumor. Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Sandy Koufax has severed ties with the Los Angeles Dodgers because of a gossip-column item in a newspaper owned by the team's Author: Advocate.Com Editors.
Homophobic and idiotic, yes. Gay, no. Sandy Koufax is threatening to sever all ties with the LA Dodgers, which is owned by News Corp, because an item in Page Six may or may not have insinuated. The last hit off of Sandy Koufax was a single by Baltimore Orioles 2nd baseman Davey Johnson in the 6th inning of Game 2 of the 1966 World Series. Koufax and the Dodgers lost the game, 6-0.
Dec 19, 2002 · Sandy Koufax is gay; If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Jun 21, 2007 · A New York gossip columnist claimed Sandy Koufax was gay, which would be a surprise to his live-in girlfriend (who is First Lady Laura Bush's old college roommate), his two ex-wives, and his neighbors in all the small, conservative rural towns the Jewish, Brooklyn-bred Koufax has chosen to live in in Idaho, Maine, North Carolina, and Oregon.
Mar 05, 2003 · But the paper runs a blind item, buried in a gossip column, about a baseball hero being gay--and all hell breaks loose. Don't get me wrong: Koufax, a . Feb 22, 2003 · For 48 years, Sandy Koufax was a Dodger, from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, from his days as a wild-throwing kid to his last six seasons of unmatched, powerful brilliance. But Koufax Author: Richard Sandomir.