The Florida Marlins acquired the 38-year-old outfielder for a player to be named later or cash. I am going to say there is a 70 percent change the Marlins will accept cash from the Red Sox.
Not that I think the Marlins can turn their season around, but I think this is a pretty good move for them.
Despite hitting only .149/.212/.266 with three HRs in 103 PAs, Cameron can still play defense. And defense has been one of, if not the biggest problem for the Marlins over the past couple of years. The Marlins could use Cameron in center or as a defensive replacement for Logan Morrison in left or Mike Stanton in right.