Mike Cameron, currently in his 17th season, hinted that he may retire after the season, the Palm Beach Post writes.
“It’s a small window that’s wide open,” he said. “I’m not going to make a decision now because there are too many variables much more than how I feel.”
The Marlin, who played earlier this season with the Red Sox, has been set back with a sore hamstring. The formerly durable outfielder has been brittle the last two seasons, struggling with the hamstring, a left wrist sprain, a double sports hernia that required surgery and a kidney stone. The 38-year-old is hitting .239/.333/.423 with Florida in 163 plate appearances.
“I may be too young to quit, but my body’s telling me different. My body’s 45,” he said.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @EyeonBaseball on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.