The 1963 World Series featured the New York Yankees against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Yankees, winners of the previous two World Series, had a 104-57 regular season record. Meanwhile, the Dodgers went 99-63-1 en route to the National League pennant.
In the Series, the Dodgers dominated, sweeping the Yankees in four straight games, giving up a total of only four runs for the entire series.
The Series' Most Valuable player was Los Angeles pitcher Sandy Koufax, who won two complete games.
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