Six days before Mike Cameron would have had to report to spring training for the Washington Nationals, he announced that he is retiring. The outfielder has been in the league for 17 years, and has played for eight different teams (the White Sox and Seattle the longest for four seasons each). He finishes his career with three Gold Gloves, 968 RBIs, a career .249 batting average, and 297 stolen bases. The 39-year-old is one of 15 players to ever hit four home runs in a single game. 

[via Sports Illustrated]

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