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Mike Cameron shares cool note after son’s first career home run

Cameron, 48, played in MLB from 1995-2011. He hit 278 home runs and made one All-Star team. He was involved in trades for two notable players: first Paul Konerko, and later Ken Griffey Jr. Daz Cameron is 24 and was a first-round pick by the Astros in 2015. He was...
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Mets Trade Retrospective: Mike Cameron for Xavier Nady

Mike Cameron was involved in some huge trades in his major league career. The man was dealt from the Chicago White Sox to the Cincinnati Reds straight up for Paul Konerko, a legend on the Southside of Chicago. He was later moved to the Seattle Mariners in the Ken Griffey Jr. trade. After two years with the New York Mets, he was traded for the third and final time of his career.
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Ichiro, Mike Cameron take live at-bats in Mariners sim game

Ichiro Suzuki may be retired, but that won’t keep him off the baseball field. The 47-year-old outfielder, who spent 14 of his 19-year career with the Mariners, was back in uniform on Sunday taking live at-bats in a simulated game with the Seattle Mariners against No. 1 starter Marco Gonzalez.
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Ichiro, Mike Cameron suit up for Mariners during simulated game

The Seattle Mariners took a trip down memory lane Sunday when former players Ichiro Suzuki and Mike Cameron played for the team in a simulated game. Ichiro took hacks against Mariners ace Marco Gonzales and offered some witty banter during his at-bat. The 48-year-old Cameron followed Ichiro by striking out...