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Mike Cameron: What a Difference a Year Makes

Published by on May 1, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Just one year ago, on May 1, Mike Cameron had played in only two games for the Milwaukee Brewers. Only one year later, Cameron has played in 20 games and become the leader of the team.

Cameron missed the first 25 games of the 2008 season due to a suspension for the use of a banned supplement. Cameron returned and played a great centerfield for the Brewers and hit 25 home runs in only 120 games.

It appeared Cameron was destined to be a Brewer for only one year. Brewers General Manager Doug Melvin was very close to pulling off a trade with the New York Yankees that would have sent Cameron to the Yankees in return for Melky Cabrera.

The deal was thought to be a cost-cutting move that would allow the Brewers ...

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