Mike Cameron was released by the Boston Red Sox on Thursday, telling The Boston Globe that the move was made because his part-time role resulted in his poor performance on the field.
"I need to sort some things out," he said. "But if all goes as planned, I'll be back playing. I haven't played much this year. Rest assured I'll be back. People think Father Time has got me. But it wasn't Father Time. It was not getting much of a chance to go out there and run around and play. It was a new experience [in Boston], but it's all good." (via WEEI)
Cameron was batting .149 with three home runs and nine RBI in 33 games this season. Cameron played a total of 81 games in Boston, batting .219 with seven home runs and 24 RBI in two seasons. In 17 seasons, Cameron has a career .249 batting average and has 1,666 hits, 272 home runs and 950 RBI.
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