On September 9, 1965 Hendley one-hit the Dodgers for the Cubs, but opposing pitcher
Sandy Koufax threw a perfect game for a 1-0 Dodger victory. Five days later, the
two hurlers met again and Hendley pitched a four-hitter to beat Koufax, 2-1.
»September 9, 1965: In LA, a duel between Dodger Sandy Koufax and Bob Hendley of the Cubs is perfect until Dodger LF Lou Johnson walks in the 5th. Following a sacrifice, Johnson steals 3B and scores on C Chris Krug's wild throw. Johnson later gets the game's only hit, a 7th-inning single. Koufax's 4th no-hitter in four years is a perfect game. One hit by two clubs in a completed 9-inning game is also a record, as is the one runner left on base. The two base runners in a game is a ML record. For Chicago pitchers, it is the 2nd one-hitter they've thrown against LA this year and lost.
»September 14, 1965: Five days after pitching against each other, the Cubs Bob Hendley and LA's Sandy Koufax hook up again. No no-no this time as Hendley allows four hits and wins, 2–1.