(6/2/2009) The A's sent reliever Kevin Cameron to the minor leagues Tuesday.
A's send Cameron down for Mazzaro
(6/2/2009) The Oakland Athletics purchased right-hander Vin Mazzaro's contract from Triple-A Sacramento and started him against the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night for his major league debut. To make room for Mazzaro, Oakland optioned right-hander Kevin Cameron to Sacramento.
Cameron earns first career save
(7:11 pm ET) Oakland RP Kevin Cameron relieved starter Brett Anderson in the 7th inning of Monday's win over the Mariners. The A's did not feel they needed to go to their bullpen again in the game and Cameron pitched the final three innings for his first career save. He allowed two hits and no runs and struck out two. His ERA is 1.93 on the season.
A's recall Patterson, Cameron
(4/29/2009) The Oakland Athletics put infielders Nomar Garciaparra and Mark Ellis on the 15-day disabled list with calf injuries before Wednesday night's game against the Texas Rangers. Oakland called up infielder Eric Patterson and right-hander Kevin Cameron from Triple-A Sacramento.
(12/1/2008) The Oakland Athletics signed relief pitcher Kevin Cameron to a minor league contract Monday.
Padres clear three from roster
(10/15/2008) The Padres removed starting pitcher Tim Stauffer from the 60-day DL (surgery to repair a torn labrum in late May) and outrighted him to the minor leagues along with infielder Craig Stansberry and relief pitcher Kevin Cameron.
Cameron off DL, but sent to minors
(7/30/2008) The Padres recalled Kevin Cameron from his rehab assignment and the 15-day DL to option him back to the minor leagues.
Cameron begins rehab assignment
(7/8/2008)Kevin Cameron (elbow) pitched a scoreless inning at the start of his Class A rehab assignment in the Rookie League on Monday.
Padres' Cameron lands on 15-day DL
(5/8/2008) The Padres placed RHP Kevin Cameron on the 15-day DL on Thursday, retroactive to May 7 with a first-degree right elbow sprain and purchased the contract of LHP Shawn Estes from Triple-A Portland.
K. Cameron to make way for Estes
(5/8/2008)The Sports Xchange reports that RP Kevin Cameron will go on the 15-day disabled list Thursday to create a roster opening for Shawn Estes. Cameron suffered a strained elbow Tuesday night.
K. Cameron exits with elbow sprain
(5/6/2008) Padres RP Kevin Cameron threw only three pitches before leaving Tuesday night's game at Atlanta with a sprained right elbow. Manager Bud Black said Cameron likely will be placed on the disabled list with a first-degree sprain of the ulnar collateral ligament. Cameron, pitching in the sixth inning in relief of starter Chris R. Young, had a 2-1 count on Greg Norton before leaving. "He felt some discomfort, and I didn't think it was the right thing to do to let him continue," Black said.
Padres bring Cameron to majors
(4/15/2008) The San Diego Padres recalled right-handed reliever Kevin Cameron from Triple-A Portland on Tuesday and sent right-hander Enrique Gonzalez outright to the Beavers.
Cameron to get work in minors
(3/27/2008) The Padres purchased Wednesday the contracts of left-hander Glendon Rusch and outfielder Jody Gerut from Triple-A Portland. San Diego optioned right-hander Kevin Cameron and infielder Luis Rodriguez to Triple-A.
Cameron comes off injury Thursday
(3/21/2008) Padres RP Kevin Cameron (thumb) took to the hill Thursday against the Mariners. He pitched one relief inning, allowinf one run and two hits. He also struck out two and his spring ERA now stands at 11.57.
K. Cameron might pitch Thursday
(3/18/2008) Padres manager Bud Black said RP Kevin Cameron, recovering from a broken left thumb, threw on the side Tuesday and might be able to pitch by Thursday.
Freak accident breaks Cameron's thumb
(3/15/2008) MLB.com reports Padres RP Kevin Cameron, in competition for a spot in the bullpen, suffered a setback Wednesday when he fractured his left thumb under unusual circumstances. Cameron was walking the outfield during batting practice when he was struck on the left thumb by a batted ball. The injury does not affect Cameron's throwing. He threw a bullpen session Thursday, but had someone else catch the return throw from the catcher. There is no timetable for his return to action. "He just can't get his fingers in his glove right now," acting manager Craig Colbert said.
K. Cameron able to go one inning
(3/8/2008) Padres RP Kevin Cameron, who had been nursing a sore hamstring, worked one inning of relief Friday against the Diamondbacks. He allowed three hits and two runs.
Cameron hobbled by sore hamstring
(3/3/2008)The Sports Xchange reports Padres RP Justin Hampson (tight shoulder) and RP Kevin Cameron (hamstring strain) were ailing during the first week of exhibitions.
K. Cameron shelled on Friday
(9/8/2007) RHP Kevin Cameron allowed four earned runs on four hits in just one-third of an inning at Colorado on Friday.
K. Cameron picks up first win
(8/11/2007) RHP Kevin Cameron scored his first victory as a Padre Friday night in Cincinnati, working two scoreless innings. Acquired in the Rule V draft from the Minnesota Twins' organization last December, Cameron has a 0.82 ERA in 44 innings over 33 appearances. Cameron got a shot at the win Friday because RHP Trevor Hoffman suffered only his third blown save of the season and his first since April 27.
Cameron pitching well
(7/23/2007) Rookie RHP Kevin Cameron continues his impressive season out of the bullpen. Cameron, who threw 1 2/3 scoreless innings Saturday night against Philadelphia, lowered his ERA to 0.52, lowest in the majors among relievers with more than 10 innings.
(7/18/2007) According to The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Kevin Cameron, a Rule 5 acquisition last December, was scored upon for only the second time this season Tuesday. Cameron's ERA climbed to 0.57 as he allowed a second earned run on the season over 22 appearances covering 31 1/3 innings.
Kevin Cameron pitches Tuesday
(7/4/2007) RHP Kevin Cameron worked another scoreless inning Tuesday night against the Marlins.
Cameron solid out of bullpen
(6/16/2007)The Sports Xchange reports that RP Kevin Cameron continues to be one of the surprises of the Padres' season. The Rule 5 acquisition last December worked a scoreless eighth inning Friday against the Cubs. In 15 appearances covering 22 1/3 innings, Cameron has allowed one run on 10 hits. He has issued 16 walks, none of which has scored.
Cameron finally gives up run
(5/30/2007) The Pirates added an insurance run in the eighth against Kevin Cameron, the first run he allowed in 17 1/3 career innings. Adam LaRoche -- who had three hits -- singled in Jason Bay.
Kevin Cameron solid again
(5/12/2007) Rookie RHP Kevin Cameron pitched two scoreless innings in relief of Jake Peavy Friday night to preserve the Padres' fifth shutout of the season.
Cameron workings on streak
(5/8/2007) Rookie RHP Kevin Cameron has thrown 13 2/3 scoreless innings to start the season. Only the Mets' Joe Smith has a longer streak among relievers.
Cameron yet to allow a run
(4/14/2007) RHP Kevin Cameron, a Rule 5 pickup last December, made his third appearance Friday at the Dodgers. He has yet to allow a run in five innings.
Cameron has solid MLB debut
(4/6/2007) Padres RP Kevin Cameron made his major league debut Thursday night against the Giants. And what a way to start. The first batter the 27-year-old Rule 5 draftee faced was none other than Barry Bonds. Cameron retired Bonds on a fly to center to start a 1-2-3 inning. He allowed one hit in two scoreless innings and recorded his first strikeout (Rich Aurilia).
Cameron throws two scoreless
(3/27/2007) Padres reliever Kevin Cameron put everything together against the Royals. Cameron, who's fighting for the seventh spot in the Padres' bullpen, pitched two scoreless innings and allowed a hit and a walk. "He's got good stuff," Padres manager Bud Black said. "We like his live arm. He turns the ball loose with good stuff."
Cameron vying for bullpen job
(3/25/2007) Padres RHP Kevin Cameron is a Rule 5 acquisition from Minnesota who was battling for one of the last two spots in the bullpen going into the final week of spring training. The Padres like his strikeout-to-walks ratio and the fact that he gave up only two homers in 66 innings at Triple-A last season.
Padres get RHP Cameron in Rule-5
(12/7/2006) The Padres selected RHP Kevin Cameron in the Rule-5 draft.
Cameron re-assigned by Twins
(3/19/2006) The Twins reassigned pitchers Ricky Barrett and Kevin Cameron to minor league camp Saturday. The Twins now have 43 players in camp.
Kevin Cameron joins Twins' camp
(3/5/2006) The Twins added LHP Jason Miller and RHP Kevin Cameron to big league camp to fill in for players competing in the World Baseball Classic.