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Orioles' Adam Jones 'living out my dream' as penalty box attendant Friday night

Orioles' Adam Jones 'living out my dream' as penalty box attendant Friday night

A week after Jim Palmer helped lead the Orioles to their first World Series title, in 1966, he went to work at a place called Hamburgers. It was a men's clothing store, and it paid the then-20-year-old enough to cover groceries and utilities in the offseason. 

Orioles All-Star Adam Jones signed an $85.5 million contract extension in 2012. He does not need to work during the offseason, or any other job at all. But he is a hockey fan, and on Friday night, he will be back to work in, of all places, the penalty box.

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