Kevin Cameron
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Pitcher
6-1, 184
R/R
Joliet, Ill.
(Joliet Catholic)

Possesses good live fastball and slider which he can throw for strikes....Has 90-mph velocity with tremendous sink on his fastball.

2005: Re-assigned to Class AA New Britain....placed on seven-day disabled list 4/29....activated from disabled list 5/23.

2004: Promoted to Class A Fort Myers (Florida State League)....moved up to Class AA New Britain 6/17.

2003: Assigned to Class A Quad City (Midwest League)....placed on disabled list 7/6 (shoulder tendonitis)....reactivated 7/25.

2002: Missed entire 2002 season while recovering from surgery to repair labrum tear in the right shoulder.

2001: Worked an inning of scoreless relief in season debut at nationally-ranked Rice 2/10....gained save with three inning relief stint 2/11 vs. Nebraska....moved into starting rotation after Brian Sager encountered arm problems....allowed only a third-inning bunt single while striking out seven in seven-inning blanking of Oakland University 2/27....continued in starting rotation posting wins vs. Rutgers 3/4 and Kent 3/18....struck out career-high 10 batters in just five innings in victory at Virginia 4/1....earned save of season against Florida State 4/29....gained victory as starter in ACC Tournament opener against Duke....named to the Dean's List for spring semester....signed professional contract 6/9 after being selected in the 13th Round (377 overall) by Minnesota Twins....assigned to Class A Elizabethton (Appalachian League)....named Rolaids' Relief Man for July, compiling 20 points with six saves and a 1-0 record....finished second in Appalachian League with 13 saves.

2000: Sophomore who shined in pivotal spots out of the bullpen in 2000....Made 23 appearances on the season, the third highest total on the Tech staff, and tossed 49 innings....Went 3-0 with one save in 12 appearances against ACC opponents....Had the best ground ball to fly ball ratio on the Tech staff, forcing more than two ground outs for every fly out....Picked up the win in relief in the ACC Championship game against Clemson....Threw a total of 1.1 innings and did not allow an earned run in two appearances in the ACC Tournament....Tossed 5.2 innings of solid relief against Clemson on April 29, allowing just two runs and four hits, while picking up the win in Tech's 9-7 victory....Went five innings and allowed just one run against Georgia State on Feb. 16 to pick up the win....Came in with two out in the top of the ninth against second-ranked and then undefeated North Carolina, and struck out Tyrell Godwin to preserve Tech's 5-4 win and pick up his only save of the season....Picked up a victory in the second game of the season at Georgia Southern on Feb. 13, throwing 2.1 shutout innings....Did not appear in the NCAA Regionals....spent summer with Northern Ohio Baseball of Great Lakes League....Named to Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll for 1999-2000.

1999: Third on the staff in appearances (18) and second among the rookie hurlers....Allowed no runs in eight of those games....Threw three shutout innings, striking out five against Georgia State on Feb. 28 to record a save....Picked up his first career win against Howard on Mar. 24 by throwing 2.2 shutout innings and allowing just one hit....Recorded his second win in his next appearance on Apr. 3 at Virginia allowing no runs and a single hit in 2.2 innings....Victimized by big innings on four occasions, yielding six runs to Charleston Southern on Mar. 3, four to Kent on Mar. 20, seven to Wake Forest on Apr. 17, and eight to Florida State on May 1....Made eight appearances in ACC games (10.2 inn., 1-1 record, 10.97 ERA)....ACC Tournament: one appearance vs. North Carolina (one inning, one run, one hit)....Played summer ball for Lima Locos of the Great Lakes League.

High School: Rated 72nd in Baseball America's Top 100 prospects....Earned 1998 honorable mention all-America by USA Today....Named to 1998 all-State and all-Area team in Illinois....Set Illinois state playoff record with 20 strikeouts in May 1998....Winning pitcher in the National Amateur All-Star Tournament championship game in 1998....Lettered three years for coach Lee Capista...Also lettered one year in football....Compiled a 6-2 record with a 2.17 ERA and four saves in 1997....A four-year honor roll student and National Honor Society member....selected in 42nd round of 1998 draft by Chicago White Sox.

Personal: Kevin John Cameron...Born Dec. 15, 1979....Son of Jerald and Jane Cameron....Majoring in Management.

 Georgia Tech Statistics
 Year     G-GS   W-L  SV  CG  SH   ERA    IP     H    R  ER  BB  SO  Avg.
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 1999    18-0    2-1   1   0   0  8.67   27.0   33   33  26  29  23  .300
 2000    23-0    5-2   1   0   0  4.41   49.0   47   32  24  20  35  .244
 2001    16-11   6-2   2   1   1  4.84   67.0   76   51  36  31  55  .278
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 Career  57-11  13-5   4   1   1  5.41  143.0  156  116  86  80 113  .271

 Professional Statistics
 Year  Team           W-L   SV   ERA   G-GS  GF   IP    H   R   ER   BB   SO
 2001  Elizabethton   1-1   13  1.57  22-0   22  23.0  16   4    4    5   30 
 2002  Injured
 2003  Quad City      1-5    2  3.92  39-0   16  62.0  57  30   27   33   58
 2004  Fort Myers     2-3    1  3.13  22-0   10  31.2  23  13   11   13   22
       New Britain    1-3    3  2.33  26-0   10  46.1  47  20   12   21   47  
 2005  New Britain    6-2    6  2.72  43-0       79.1  76  38   24   27   60



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