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September 1, 2011
September 8, 1976: Jim Palmer beat the Indians for his 20th win of the season, the sixth time in seven years he accomplished that feat.
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SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck | December 18, 1991
Storm Davis came back to Baltimore yesterday -- just for a visit, but soon to try his hand in the renovation of the Baltimore Orioles pitching staff.New teammate and old soulmate Glenn Davis picked him up at the airport and drove him to Memorial Stadium, where he talked about his past and his future at the press luncheon in his honor.He was acquired last week from the Kansas City Royals for catcher Bob Melvin. He and his wife, Angie, were flown in by the Orioles yesterday to meet the media, though Storm knew almost everybody from his first tour of duty here.
SPORTS
November 22, 1991
What: The Cal Ripken Jr. Winterfest for Literacy '91 baseball autograph and memorabilia show with more than 300 dealer tables. There is a silent auction both days.Place: Festival HallDate: Tomorrow and SundayTime: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each dayAdmission: $3 per person each day. First 5,000 people each day get giveaway bag. Next 3,500 each day get giveaway item.Autograph fees: Cal Ripken Jr., $9; Jim Palmer, $10; all otherplayers, $8.Proceeds: All proceeds benefit the Ripken Learning Center, a facility in Baltimore that teaches adults to read.
SPORTS
June 26, 1993
July 13, 1993Oriole Park at Camden YardsA total of 47 Orioles have been to the All-Star Game. Brooks Robinson appeared in 18, tying Ted Williams for the most in the American League. Cal Ripken has gone to 10 and Eddie Murray went to seven as an Oriole. Jim Palmer went to six and pitched in five, and eight different Orioles have been selected as starters in 23 years of fan voting.
SPORTS
May 19, 2006
If you were running a horse in the Preakness, which jockey would you want to ride him? Jim Palmer - no one has ever been a more genuine embodiment of what jockeys are all about. Chris R Buchar Baltimore I would pick Ron Franklin in a comeback bid. In 1979, he won the Preadness and Kentucky Derby, but lost the Belmont aboard Spectacular Bid. He's 45 years old and still excercises horses. David Boyd White Hall
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