Jim Palmer

United States

Baseball

B: October 15, 1945

Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Making his major league debut in 1965 and would pitch his entire 20 year career with the Baltimore Orioles. Palmer led the Orioles to World Championships in 1966, '70 and '83. 8-3 career in postseason, and 268-152 lifetime, his 2.86 E.R.A. ranks fifth of pitchers with over 3,000 career innings pitched. Palmer tossed a no-hitter on August 13, 1969 and led the American League in E.R.A. in 1973 and '75. Palmer won 20 games eight times in the 1970's, won the Cy Young Award in 1973, '75 and '76. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1990.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS

1974 Preliminary 3

6

23

$2,300

Tennis
1976 Preliminary 3
8
13
$1,300
None
1979 Preliminary 2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1980 Preliminary 1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1980 Superteams Baseball Preliminary

1

$6,400

1980 Superteams Final

2

N/A

TOTALS

 

36

$10,000

1


PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis

1st

1974 Preliminary 3
Swimming - 50 Meters
34.53
1974 Preliminary 3
Swimming - 100 Meters
1:39.92
1976 Preliminary 3
Weight Lifting
160
1974 Preliminary 3
Bowling
143
1974 Preliminary 3
Golf - 9 holes

44

1974 Preliminary 3
100 Yard Dash
12.70
1976 Preliminary 3
Half Mile Run
2:22.65
1976 Preliminary 3
Bike Race - Half Mile
1:18.00
1974 Preliminary 3
Bike Race - Mile
2:41.66
1974 Preliminary 3
Obstacle Course
40.00
1976 Preliminary 3
Points Scored

23

1974 Preliminary 3

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