I’m auctioning the uniform to provide my grandsons with enough money for a college education,” Larsen, 82, said Friday in a telephone interview from his home in Hayden Lake, Idaho. “What the uniform actually sells for is not that important to me; whatever happens, happens. I’m just hoping for enough to help the grandkids.
Don Larsen, the only pitcher to throw a perfect game in a World Series, is putting his jersey from that magical 1956 game up for bid so he can help his grandsons pay for college.
Read the article at the NYT.