Mike Cameron

Washington Nationals #24 - Center Field

  • Born: 01/08/73
  • Age: 41
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 210

This Day in Reds History: So long, Kurt Stillwell


On this day in Reds history, the team traded Kurt Stillwell to Kansas City.

Marlins History: Mike Cameron Released

Mike Cameron released due to an incident with a flight attendant.

Brewers series preview: Carlos Gomez is good

The Brewers travel to Seattle, and the Mariners honor Junior yet again. Carlos Gomez is really good despite his approach, and would the Brewers consider trading Ryan Braun?

FAME and the Mariners


A theoretically fun, pragmatically useless new statistic that measures not how good a player was, but how good people thought they were.

Lincoln walks in the winning run


Blue Jays 4 Rays 5 (10 innings) Is there anything worse than walking in the winning run? Well, I guess walking the last two batters to lose would be worse. Minor Leaguer wants you to know that: ...

This Date in Mets History: May 5


Mike Piazza set the record for most career home runs by a catcher on May 5, 2004.

Prospect Retrospective: Cesar Cedeno


He looked like one of the best players of his generation, the poster boy for tools and youth.

Sox Have Best Infield, Outfield Gloves In Minors


The Red Sox not only have some of the game's best prospects, but some of them dominate their tools of choice

Top Angels Prospect Performance of 2012, #4

Travis Witherspoon contributed defense, pop, baserunning, and some patience to the 66er's and Travs in 2012, putting up the fourth best performance on the Halos' farm.

A Dozen Or So Padres Haikus


Because that's what grown men do. Write poetry about baseball cards.

This Date In Mets History: January 8


On this date in 2003, Gary Carter was elected to the Hall of Fame. With Mike Piazza’s HOF status to be determined tomorrow, it's worth noting that this was Carter’s sixth try, raising questions the...

Happy Birthday, Mike Cameron


The longtime journeyman outfielder turns 40 today.

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