CHICAGO, IL — Is there a better change-of-scenery trade for two players than the Paul Konerko-Mike Cameron swap back in 1998?
You will be hard pressed to find a trade more balanced than the one the Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds stuck on Nov. 11, 1998, in which the White sent Cameron to Cincinnati in exchange for Konerko. Most experts and hardball enthusiasts insist...
Mike Cameron, you'll recall, put together a nifty and underrated 17-year career as a slick-fielding, power-hitting center fielder (he came within spitting distance of 300 homers and 300 steals), and he was in the bigs as recently as 2011.
Mr. Cameron, you should know, also has a baseball-playing son who figures to be a high choice in the 2015 draft. As Kevin Askeland of MaxPreps...
On his way to Seattle earlier this week, Mike Cameron decided he wanted to retire as a member of the Mariners.
Cameron made that decision official Friday before throwing out the first pitch at the Mariners' home opener.
It's a largely ceremonial move. Cameron was signed for the 2012 season by Washington, but informed the Nationals shortly before spring training that he...
Via AP on Fox
April 13, 2012
After watching him hit just .203 over the course of 78 games with two different clubs in the 2011 season, it was painfully obvious that it was time for former All-star Mike Cameron to hang ‘em up. Over the weekend, he did just that.
He had signed a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training for the Washington Nationals back in December, but Cameron ended what...
VIERA, Fla. -- Mike Cameron has told the Washington Nationals that he is retiring after a 17-season career in which the center fielder won three Gold Gloves. The 39-year-old outfielder signed a minor league contract with Washington in December, and was expected to have a good shot to make the roster with the Nationals unsettled at center field. The Nationals made the announcement...
Mike Cameron has told The Washington Nationals he is retiring after a 17-season career in which the center fielder won three Gold Gloves.
The 39-year-old outfielder signed a minor-league contract with Washington in December and was expected to have a good shot to make the roster with the Nationals unsettled at center field.
The Nationals made the announcement Sunday, six days before...
Via AP on Fox
February 19, 2012
After 17 MLB seasons and three Gold Glove Awards, Mike Cameron is reportedly set to announce his retirement. He had signed a minor league deal with the Nationals back in December.
[insert your own punchline here. Or use the #MikeCameronIsSoOld hastag. We'll stick with the one about Mike Cameron and Ted Lerner attending grade school together.]
There's Mike Cameron in the video above, dumping beer on a fan's head after the Brewers clinched the Wild Card in 2008. Certainly, Nats fans felt like drinking on Monday afternoon when news of Mike Rizzo...
Veteran outfielder Mike Cameron has signed a minor league contract with the Washington Nationals that includes an invitation to spring training.
The 39-year-old spent last season splitting time with the Boston Red Sox and Florida Marlins. He hit just .203 with nine homers and 27 RBIs.
Cameron, an All-Star in 2001, made a name for himself with his defensive play in the outfield...
Outfielder Mike Cameron has agreed to a minor league contract with the Washington Nationals and an invitation to spring training.
The Nationals announced the deal Monday.
Cameron, who turns 39 in January, split last season between the Boston Red Sox and Florida Marlins. He had a .203 batting average, .285 on-base percentage, nine homers and 27 RBIs in 237 at-bats.
For his career...