Sandy Koufax to receive New York Post apology for gay comment
NYP2003022202 - NEW YORK, Feb. 22 (UPI) -- Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax announced on Feb. 21, 2003 that he has severed his four decade relationship with the Dodgers because of a New York Post gossip item suggesting that he is gay. The move is aimed more so at Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. which owns the New York Post and the Los Angeles Dodgers.The Post plans on Feb. 22, 2003 to run a apology in its Page Six column. jg/ep/Laura Cavanaugh UPI
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Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax has rejoined the Los Angeles Dodgers as a special adviser to Chairman Mark Walter, the team said Tuesday.
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