Sport: Scoreboard: Oct. 6, 1961

> With a magnificent two-hitter. Milwaukee's Warren Spahn, 40, beat Chicago, 8-0, became the fourth pitcher in major-league history to win 20 games in each of twelve seasons. The others: Walter Johnson, Cy Young, Christy Mathewson. Spahn now has 308 victories, needs only 17 more to become the winningest lefthander of all time.

> Fastballing Dodger Pitcher Sandy Koufax, 25, who once struck out 18 batters in a single game, proved it was no fluke. Koufax fanned seven Phillies, raised his season strike-out total to 269, breaking Christy Mathewson's 58-year-old National League record. Koufax...

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