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2001 All-Star Game: Ultimate Card Show
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Ultimate Card Show | Topps | Upper Deck | Fleer | Donruss | Steiner
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 Jim Palmer
Jim Palmer

Jim Palmer
Jim Palmer was the high-kicking, smooth-throwing symbol of Baltimore's six championship teams of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. His impressive numbers include 268 victories, a .638 winning percentage, eight 20-win seasons and a 2.86 ERA over 19 years. He pitched his entire career without allowing a grand slam. Intensity was the trademark of this three-time Cy Young winner, who combined intelligence, strength, competitiveness and consistency to become the Orioles' all-time winningest hurler.
 
Palmer signing autographs
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TWIB: Concerning Jim Palmer's career
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