|MLB Career Stats||6839||1064||1700||278||968||297||.249||.338||.782|
|2002||25||24th in AL|
|2004||30||20th in NL|
|2008||25||25th in NL|
|2009||24||24th in NL|
|2001||110||14th in AL|
|1997||23||9th in AL|
|1998||27||16th in AL|
|1999||38||5th in NL|
|2000||24||11th in AL|
|2001||34||6th in AL|
|2002||31||4th in AL|
|2003||17||17th in AL|
|2004||22||13th in NL|
|2006||25||13th in NL|
|2007||18||24th in NL|
|2008||17||25th in NL|
|2001||99||18th in AL|
|1999||80||19th in NL|
|2000||78||21st in AL|
|2001||69||20th in AL|
|2002||79||12th in AL|
|2003||70||17th in AL|
|2006||71||24th in NL|
|2007||67||24th in NL|
|2009||75||16th in NL|
|1998||5||16th in AL|
|1999||9||5th in NL|
|2001||5||19th in AL|
|2002||5||21st in AL|
|2003||5||20th in AL|
|2006||9||9th in NL|
|2007||6||12th in NL|
|2000||155||24th in AL|
|2002||158||7th in AL|
|1999||145||3rd in NL|
|2000||133||7th in AL|
|2001||155||4th in AL|
|2002||176||1st in AL|
|2003||137||2nd in AL|
|2004||143||10th in NL|
|2006||142||6th in NL|
|2007||160||4th in NL|
|2008||142||8th in NL|
|2009||156||4th in NL|
|1998||11||14th in AL|
|1999||12||10th in NL|
|2000||7||16th in AL|
|2002||8||12th in AL|
|2003||7||14th in AL|
|2004||6||16th in NL|
|2006||9||10th in NL|
|2007||5||23rd in NL|
|2000||9||9th in AL|
|2001||10||17th in AL|
|2007||8||25th in NL|
|December 19, 2011||Washington Nationals signed free agent Mike Cameron.|
|September 13, 2011||Florida Marlins released CF Mike Cameron.|
|July 6, 2011||Florida Marlins activated CF Mike Cameron.|
|July 5, 2011||Boston Red Sox traded cash and CF Mike Cameron to Florida Marlins for Player To Be Named Later.|
|June 30, 2011||Boston Red Sox designated Mike Cameron for assignment.|
|November 8, 2010||Boston Red Sox activated CF Mike Cameron from the 60-day disabled list.|
|September 9, 2010||Boston Red Sox transferred CF Mike Cameron from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.|
|August 2, 2010||Boston Red Sox placed CF Mike Cameron on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 31, 2010. Strained abdominal muscle.|
|May 25, 2010||Boston Red Sox activated CF Mike Cameron from the 15-day disabled list.|
|May 20, 2010||Pawtucket Red Sox sent CF Mike Cameron on a rehab assignment to Portland Sea Dogs.|
|May 10, 2010||Mike Cameron assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|April 20, 2010||Mike Cameron roster status changed by Boston Red Sox.|
|April 19, 2010||Boston Red Sox placed CF Mike Cameron on the 15-day disabled list.|
|December 16, 2009||Boston Red Sox signed free agent CF Mike Cameron.|
|November 5, 2009||CF Mike Cameron elected free agency.|
LEFTY KILLER: Hit .294 (45-for-153) with six doubles, three triples, seven home runs and 24 RBI off left-handed pitchers...posted a .402 slugging percentage against southpaws.
A LITTLE HELP FROM HIS FRIENDS: Hit .275 (36-for-131) with runners in scoring position, including 18-for-61 (.295) with two outs and 4-for-13 (.308) with the bases loaded...tallied nine doubles, two triples, nine home runs, 60 RBI and 22 walks in RISP situations.
INTERlEAGUE INTRIGUE: Played in 15 Interleague games, hitting .368 (21-for-57) with four doubles, a triple, a home run, eight RBI and 13 runs scored vs. American League opponents...hit safely in 12 of the 15 contests.
HAMMERiN' CAMERON: Ranked fourth on the team with 37 multi-hit games, including nine three-hit contests...tallied two multi-homer games.2006 COMEBACK KID: Acquired by the Padres in exchange for outfielder Xavier Nady on Nov. 18, 2005, Cameron batted .268 (148-for-552) with 34 doubles, nine triples, 22 home runs, 83 RBI, 88 runs scored and 25 stolen bases in 141 games...after missing the last two months of the 2005 season due to multiple facial fractures sustained in an outfield collision, he rebounded with a single-season career-high 148 hits in a careerhigh 552 at-bats...he also tied his single-season career highs for doubles (34) and triples (9)...his 65 extra-base hits and 88 runs scored led San Diego, while his 83 RBI tied for the club lead (Giles)...finished the season five home runs shy of 200 for his career...launched a 455-foot, two-run homer in the fifth inning Sept. 30 at Arizona, driving in the winning runs in the playoff-clinching game...the Friars went 19-3 in contests that he went deep...recorded his 700th career RBI Sept. 22 vs. Pittsburgh...collected his 250th career stolen base Sept. 2 vs. Cincinnati...notched a season-high four RBI Aug. 12 at Houston...batted .406 (13-for-32) during his season-high eight-game hit streak June 23-July 1 (GM 1), scoring at least one run in each of the eight contests (9 total runs)...knocked his first leadoff homer of the season and sixth of his career June 28 vs. Oakland...tied his season high with three hits and collected three RBI, including a double, triple and a home run as he finished a single short of the cycle June 13 vs. Los Angeles (NL).
FINISH LINE: Batted .310 (9-for-29) with two doubles, a homer and eight RBI over his final nine games...from September 18 through the end of the season, hit at a .311 clip (14-for-45) with 16 RBI over the last 14 games.
ROARING 20s: Knocked his 20th home run, a two-run shot, Sept. 16 at Los Angeles (NL), marking his fifth-career 20-homer season...also swiped 25 stolen bases to become the seventh Padre to hit at least 20 homers and steal 20-or-more bases in a single season in club history (ninth time)...2006 is the fifth time he reached the 20 homer/20 stolen base plateau...he recorded his 20th stolen base of the season Aug. 28 at Arizona, marking his eighth season with 20 or more steals.
DELAYED START: Missed the club's first 17 games with a strained left oblique...placed on the 15-day DL on April 1 (retroactive to March 31) and reinstated April 23.
JUNE BOOM: Batted .300 (30-for-100) in June with eight home runs and 15 RBI...from June 1 through the end of the season, tallied 57 extra-base hits, fifth best in the National League.
A LITTLE HELP FROM HIS FRIENDS: Batted .300 (74-for-247) with runners on, including 13 of his 22 home runs...also hit at a .317 clip (44-for-139) with four doubles, four triples, seven home runs and 57 RBI with runners in scoring position...he compiled a .349 average (22-for-63) with runners in scoring position and two outs, driving in 31 runs.
BACK-TO-BACK: Went deep in back-to-back games six times in 2006 (6/18-20, 6/23-24, 6/24-25, 7/17-18, 7/25-25 and 8/12-13)...homered in three consecutive games June 23-25, all vs. Seattle, the sixth time in his career he has homered in three straight games (last, 8/1-4, 2004).
CENTER OF ATTENTION: Played 141 games in center field, including 139 starts...made six errors in 379 total chances (.984)...his six assists tied him for fourth among National League center fielders...also was part of two double plays...awarded the Rawlings Gold Glove Award for the third time in his career, becoming the 11th player to win a the award in both Leagues.2005 SUMMARY: Batted a career-high .273 with 12 home runs, 39 RBI, 47 runs scored and 13 stolen bases in 76 games for the Mets...limited to just 76 games due to two stints on the disabled list...placed on the 15-day DL April 8, retroactive to April 1, due to tendinitis in his left wrist...began a rehab assignment with Single-A St. Lucie of the Florida State League on April 27...played in four games, going 3-for-10 with three runs scored, two doubles and three walks...transferred to Triple-A Norfolk on May 2...played in two games for the Tides, batting .286 (2-for-7) with a triple, two runs scored and two RBI...reinstated from the DL on May 5 and started vs. Philadelphia that night, going 2-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored.
DOING THE SPLITS: Batted .311 (23-for-74) with six home runs and 14 RBI vs. lefties...hit at a .324 (23-for-71) clip with two homers and 26 RBI with runners in scoring position.
BIG MONTH: Finished second in the NL in batting average (.372), slugging percentage (.686) and on-base percentage (.476) during the month of May...was the runner-up to Philadelphia's Bobby Abreu in all three categories...his .372 batting average was the highest by a Met in any month (minimum 50 at-bats) since Edgardo Alfonzo hit .376 in July 2002...his 32 hits during the month were also a career high.
BACK ON THE SHELF: Placed on the 15-Day DL on Aug. 12 due to multiple facial fractures after colliding with Carlos Beltran in right-center field in the seventh inning Aug. 11 at San Diego...underwent surgery to repair facial fractures on Aug. 12 at Scripps Clinic...transferred to the 60-day DL on Sept. 1.
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Tied his career high with four hits (4-for-6) Aug. 2 vs. Milwaukee...marked his fifth career four-hit game...registered 25 multi-hit games including 20 two-hit games, four three-hit games and one four-hit outing...drove in a season-high three on two occasions, May 26 at Florida and July 17 vs. Atlanta...had 11 games with multiple RBI including nine two-RBI games and two three-RBI contests...notched his 1,000th career hit, a two-run homer off Doug Davis, May 7 at Milwaukee.2004 THIRTY SOMETHING: In his full season with the New York Mets, batted .231 (114-for-493) with a career-high 30 home runs, 30 doubles, 76 RBI, 76 runs scored and 22 stolen bases...with his 30th home run (Oct. 2 vs. Montreal), became just the 11th Mets player to hit 30 or more homers in a single season.
HOMER HAPPY: Hit his 27th homer of the season August 23 vs. San Diego, establishing a new Mets' record for most home runs in a single season by a center fielder...broke the previous record of 26 set by Tommie Agee in 1969...joined Agee and Brian McRae (21 in 1998) as the only three Mets center fielders with 20 or more homers in a season...hit his 26th homer of the season August 19 vs. Colorado (Game 1) while stealing his 20th base of the season in that same game...registered his 10th career two-homer game, and second of the season, July 29 at Montreal...first two-homer game came July 7 at Philadelphia.
20/20: With 30 homers and 22 stolen bases, became just the sixth player in Mets franchise history to reach those marks in one season.
GETTING HIS LEFT RIGHT: Prior to the season, underwent surgery to repair damaged cartilage in his left wrist (Dec. 17)...surgery performed by Dr. Daniel Weiland at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Batted leadoff for the first time in 2004 on Sept. 10 vs. Philadelphia...it marked the 120th time he had batted leadoff...hit his fifth career leadoff home run September 13 vs. Arizona (Game 2)...batted .273 (21-for-77) with 10 home runs, 19 RBI and 16 runs scored in July...teamed with Richard Hildalgo to become the first pair of Mets to hit 10 or more home runs in a calendar month...hit his fourth career walk-off homer June 18 off Detroit's Danny Patterson...had a pair of seven-game hitting streaks: April 6-12 (9-for-27) and June 12-19 (10-for-27).2003 Batted .253 (135-for-534) with 18 home runs, 31 doubles, 76 RBI, 74 runs scored and 17 stolen bases in 147 games for Seattle...with a .992 fielding percentage, won his second Rawlings Gold Glove...led all Major League outfielders in total chances (492), total chances per nine innings (3.45) and putouts (485)...committed only one error in his first 114 games and went errorless in April, June and July...hit a walk-off grand slam off Danys Baez April 22 vs. Cleveland...the shot was his fourth career grand slam...tallied a season-high three hits (3-for-3) with a homer, double, two RBI and three runs May 2 at Chicago (AL)...turned an unassisted double play May 23 vs. Minnesota, the first by an AL outfielder since Kansas City's Brian McRae in 1992...in his only pinch-hit at-bat of the season, hit his first career pinch-hit homer May 30 at Minnesota...tallied his seventh career two-homer game June 16 vs. Anaheim. 2002 Center fielder had his third career 20-20 season, tying his career high with 25 home runs and tying the team high with 31 stolen bases ... had a .988 fielding percentage with six outfield assists on the year ... his 79 walks were a career high, while he struck out a team-record 176 times in 545 at-bats ... batted .264 (65-for-246) after the break after hitting .217 (65-for-299) in the first half of the season ... belted a solo HR Opening Day in first at-bat of the season, April 1 vs. White Sox ... reached base safely in first 15 games of the season, hitting in 13 of those contests ... had sixth career two-homer game April 13 at Texas ... went 4-for-5 setting Mariners team record and becoming the 13th Major Leaguer to belt four home runs in a game (all solo shots), May 2 at Chicago ... hit two homers in first inning, becoming the second Mariner ever to hit two home runs in one inning ... teamed up with Bret Boone to hit back-to-back HRs twice in the first inning, becoming the first teammates in MLB history to accomplish the feat; also homered in the third and fifth innings, was hit by a pitch in the seventh and flew out to deep right field in the ninth; set a team record with 16 total bases in the game ... drew a bases-loaded walk in 11th inning May 9 vs. Toronto to win the game ... belted third career grand slam May 16 at Toronto, finishing the night 2-for-5 with three stolen bases and four runs scored ... went 2-for-5 (4 RBIs) with his 12th homer of the season and the 100th round-tripper of his career June 23 at Houston ... belted his 13th home run of the season June 25 vs. Oakland, his first long ball at SAFECO Field since Opening Day; finished the game 2-for-4 with a HR, triple and 4 RBIs ... homered in three consecutive games from July 16-18 ... was out of the starting lineup Aug. 17-19 after enduring an 0-for-18 slide, but rebounded by going 4-for-4 with a double and run scored Aug. 20 at Detroit, and hitting in his first six plate appearances ... hit safely in nine of 10 games from Aug. 20-30; batted .500 (18-for-36) with 7 RBIs and six multihit games over that span ... batted .287 (25-for-87) with 3 HR and 10 RBIs in the month of August ... reached base safely in 19 of 25 games in September ... belted game-winning, two-run homer in the eighth inning of a 3-2 win vs. Oakland Sept. 25 ... hit 25th and final homer of season the next day vs. Oakland. Acquired: