No, it hasn't come to fruition yet, but I suspect that it's a phrase that we should all start practicing. The Milwaukee Brewers acquired center fielder Carlos Gomez in a swap with the Twins for J.J. Hardy, relegating Mike Cameron, at least temporarily, to the ranks of the unemployed. Can't blame general manager Doug Melvin. As a cash-constrained team, especially one desperate for pitching, they simply couldn't afford the luxury of Mike Cameron. Between his salary and Hardy's, they look to free up a very good chunk of change, enabling them to dip into the free agent market for a pitcher or two.
Personally, I think they need to wake up and deal Prince Fielder to get it, but hey, every man is free to make his own mistakes.
But back to Cameron, who has frustrated me for years with hi ...
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