Re: Reds interested in Mike Cameron?
Cameron has been unfortunate throughout his career in that he has always played his home games in pitchers parks. Since leaving the Reds in 1999, Cameron spent four years in Safeco Field (2000-2003), two years in Shea Stadium (2004-2005), and two years in Petco Park (2006-2007. GABP would be a nice change of pace for him. I'd say he would OPS around .800 and hit 25 homers. I would love to have him patrolling CF next year but I would hate to lose Hamilton, unless we get a young stud SP in return.
I wouldn't give Cameron anything more than one year, two at the most.