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Jim Palmer’s underwear ads from the ’80s make us want to pitch a perfect game

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A post shared by Baseball In Pics (@baseballinpix)In a classic underwear ad, Baltimore Orioles great Jim Palmer says wearing Jockeys is like pitching a perfect game.

That’s quite a coincidence, because seeing the Hall of Fame hurler wear his favorite briefs makes many gay guys pitch something else!

Palmer, one of the most iconic right-handers in MLB history, was Jockey’s star pitch man in the late ’70s and ’80s. Tanned and handsome, it’s easy to see why the underwear company targeted the three-time Cy Young Award winner.

He just screams “All-American jock.”“It’s time to reach perfection, like pitching a perfect game,” Palmer says at the top of the spot. “But Jockey brand underwear really comes close.

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