The Boston Red Sox have their new left fielder and no, his name is not Holliday or Bay: The Boston Red Sox have reached a tentative agreement on a two-year deal with free-agent outfielder Mike Cameron, a baseball source told ESPN.com on Monday.
The deal would be for $7 million to $8 million annually, according to The Associated Press.
Cameron will have to pass a physical exam for the deal to become official.
The addition of Cameron to play left field—coupled with Monday's $80 million-plus investment in free-agent starter John Lackey—would make all but official Jason Bay's departure from Boston.
Cameron, 36, is a .250 career hitter with 265 home runs in 15 seasons with the White Sox, Cincinnati, Seattle, San Diego, the Mets, and Milwaukee. He ...
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