In 1956, New York Yankees pitcher Don Larsen threw the only perfect game in World Series history, repeatedly fanning the full lineup of Brooklyn Dodgers in Game 5. At the time, it was only the sixth perfect game ever pitched and remains one of only 23 occurrences to date. The Yankees went on to win the title and Larsen would be named the series’ Most Valuable Player. The closest postseason pitching accomplishment since then has been the no-hitter pitched by Philadelphia Phillies Roy Halladay against the Cincinnati Reds in a 2010 playoff game. The jersey Larsen wore to perfection sold through Steiner Sports in 2012 for $756,000.