A World Series champion with the Orioles in three consecutive decades, Hall of Famer Jim Palmer was the ace of the great Baltimore teams of the 1970’s and the most consistent (if not the best) pitcher in the game. His “Me Decade” resume is jaw-dropping, boasting eight twenty-game-win seasons, three Cy Young awards, and four Gold Gloves.
Here is Palmer’s second consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove Award. Measuring 8.5x17.5x17”, the gold painted glove is stamped “Major League All-Star Field Team”, while the inscription plate reads: “1977 Rawlings Gold Glove Award. Presented To Jim Palmer – 2 Time Winner. Honoring His Selection To The Sporting News American League All-Star Fielding Team.”