Don Larsen is the only man to pitch a perfect game in the World Series. On October 8, 1956, against an outstanding Brooklyn Dodgers lineup, using a no-windup delivery he had adopted only two weeks earlier, he threw only 97 pitches, struck out seven and did not allow a man to reach first base as the Yankees won 2-0. He pitched in 10 World Series games for the Yankees and San Francisco Giants during a 14-year major-league career (1953-67). He starred in basketball and baseball at Point Loma High. Amazingly, the only other Yankee to pitch a perfect game in Yankee Stadium was a kindred spirit from Point Loma High: David Wells in 1998. Larsen was inducted into the Breitbard Hall of Fame in 1964.