Camp lead the National League with 80 appearances out of the Cubs’ bullpen in 2012 and pitched to a 3.59 ERA in 77.2 innings. The 37-year-old is working for his fourth big league team since making his debut at age 28 with the Kansas City Royals in 2004. This past season, Camp struckout 6.3 batters per nine which was his highest such rate since rate 2009.
For his career, Camp is 28-32 with a 4.29 ERA in 512 appearances, all in relief. Last season, Camp bested his career averages in ERA, WHIP, walks per nine, hits per nine, and strikeouts per nine.