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Experience and consistency made Cameron a wanted man in free agency; the Sox reeled him in, and dropped him in the middle of an outfield debate

By Peter Abraham
Globe Staff / April 4, 2010

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Mike Cameron did not have outsized expectations when he hit the free agent market last fall. The realities of baseball’s shifting economy had limited the options for aging outfielders in recent years, and Cameron simply hoped to return to the Milwaukee Brewers for one more season. (Full article: 1243 words)

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