Hall Of Fame Pitcher, Jim Palmer shares his Adoption Story

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by Christine Noel
by Mike Thomas- Photojournalist

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-- Jim Palmer is considered one of the best pitchers in major league history, throwing strike after strike for the Baltimore Orioles. After 19 years with the team, he retired in 1984. In 1990, he was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

   This week, he attended the Children's Home Society of North Carolina's "A Place to Call Home" luncheon to share his story of adoption. He said being adopted was a blessing and he attributes much of his personal and professional success to his family.

Consider adoption.  You have the power to change a life forever.

Please join us in making a difference to children in need.  Contact us or our partners and find out how you can help make a profound difference in the lives of these children.

Contact the Children's Home Society of North Carolina at 1-800-632-1400 or visit their website
www.chsnc.org.

 

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