Yes, now you can seek out packs of Topps Baseball cards in search of the greatest pitcher to every put on Dodger Blue. Apparently, he will first appear on Topps 2011 Heritage product, and, I imagine, in any other Topps set that includes players from yesteryear.
In all, Koufax appears on only 121 different autograph cards — and just 807 baseball cards of any kind. Of those autographed cards with known or announced print runs, only eight have more than 100 copies available. His two most-plentiful cards — coming from the 1998 Donruss Signature product — had 2,000 copies of each made and yet still sell for as much as $250.So far, 2011 is looking pretty good.
UPDATE: The below pic comes from the Topps TwitPic site and shows what the 2011 Topps Heritage Sandy Koufax will look like. Nice! Thanks to Steve for pointing this out. I had seen the card on the Beckett site but did not know it was a mock-up from Topps until Steve pointed it out. Now I have to weigh buying the card off eBay for what I imagine will be a substantial price or trying my luck at grabbing one by buying some packs or joining a group break.