Jim Palmer is one of the T.V. announcers for the Orioles right now but he is also the best pitcher in Orioles history. He is a three time Cy Young Award winnner in the American League (1973, 1975 and 1976). Palmer was a All-Star six times in his career and he won at least 20 games in 8 different seasons. He pitched in 558 games (521 starts) in his 19 years with the O’s and he was 268-152 with 4 saves, a 2.86 ERA and a 1.18 WHIP. Palmer has pitched in the most games in team history (558), started the most games (521) and he won the most games (268) ever for the O’s. Palmer is also the Orioles all-time leader in innings pitched (3,948), strikeouts (2,212), complete games (211) and shutouts (53). He was inducted into Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 1990 and it was much deserved. I think a lot of his records for the Orioles will never be broken especially the complete games and shutouts as pitch counts have ruined the game.