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July 19, 1976
Superstar Jim Palmer of the Baltimore Orioles works every fourth or fifth day, which, as Frank Deford relates, gives him plenty of time to fret over the burdens of being a starting pitcher in the big leagues.
July 21, 1975 | Ron Fimrite
October 15, 1973
Theirs is not essentially a contact sport, but as Baltimore and Oakland, Cincinnati and New York fought last weekend to get to the World Series, a special intensity enveloped their games that caused them, for all of...
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