The Cleveland Indians have already added some outfield depth with Aaron Cunningham this last week, but apparently they're on the prowl for more with the rumor swirling that they're interested in veteran outfielder Mike Cameron. The former Ranger/Padre/Mariner among others has been a force at the plate at times, but he's also been a headcase. Now nearing 40, it's hard to imagine what he might bring to the Indians at this point. However they're also reportedly interested in Andy LaRoche as well.
Luke Adams of MLBTR writes, "Cameron, 38, saw a dip in production in 2011 with the Red Sox and Marlins, hitting .203/.285/.359 in 269 overall plate appearances. However, the Indians view him as an insurance policy for center field if Grady Sizemore continues to be plagued by health problems, according to Pluto. The 28-year-old LaRoche, meanwhile, would likely just provide the organization depth at the Triple-A level. The former top prospect spent the past season with the Athletics, splitting time between the big league club and Triple-A Sacramento."