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Jim Palmer, the handsome Orioles 20-game winner, made almost $5,000 when he filmed his last commercial for hair cream. Considering the employment situation in major league baseball, the prospect of more jobs should...
May 22, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Jim Palmer. Baltimore Oriole pitcher, revealing that one facet of baseball troubles him: "I don't know how to keep a scorecard. I should learn, but they number the guys wrong. By the time I figure out the numbers, I...
August 21, 1972
DOLPHIN DUOSirs:I must comment on the great work John Underwood did in his article about the Miami running duo, Larry Csonka and Jim Kiick (The Blood and Thunder Boys, Aug. 7). It reveals how these two men play the...
October 02, 1972 | Ron Reid
The smell of singeing feathers was everywhere as the once-mighty Orioles fought disaster with their steadiest hitter, young Bobby Grich
September 03, 1973 | William Leggett
The Baltimore Orioles have run up a 13-game win streak—and all but run away from the rest of the American League East—using a speedy new offense and a pitcher who beetles opposing batters