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3. Sandy Koufax

Sandy Koufax may not have been the longest-tenured pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but the time he spent there was indeed memorable. Arguably the greatest left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball history, Koufax threw an astonishing four no-hitters, the last of which was a perfect game. He helped the Dodgers win four World Series championships, including their only title in Brooklyn in 1955.


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