Koufax Perfect Game Gingerbread House of the Day

No doubt roused to action by our new “Cakes” category, reader Yirmiyahu, wearer of monocles and four-button spats, calls the writer’s attention to this, which is a surely delicious gingerbread rendering of Sandy Koufax’s 1965 perfect game …

If you’re interested in answering questions like “Why would someone do this?” and “Why wouldn’t someone do this?” and “Was graph paper involved at any point during the planning stages?” and “Did the light towers at one time look like tensed and determined phalli?” then please do go here.




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Dan
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Dan
5 years 21 days ago

My question was not answered in the above linked intersite.

Were the fans in attendance of the game truly as delicious as they appear to be, in what I can ony assume to be an exact replica model?

steex
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steex
5 years 21 days ago

This is genius! I’ll just start filling the seats with giant candies to make it look the stadium is full! – Jeffrey Loria

Nitpicker
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Nitpicker
5 years 21 days ago

Gingerbread is not cake.

Resolution
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Resolution
5 years 21 days ago

wait, what does this have to do with Dan Puggla again?

Person
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Person
5 years 20 days ago

I thought the Cakes category was for things like this:

http://www.fangraphs.com/not/index.php/jim-palmer-is-fit-orange-barely-clothed/

Xave
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5 years 8 days ago

Whoa, just noticed the spike in traffic due to this link. Thanks Dayn! (and Yirmiyahu)

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