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Oriole Adam Jones buys Cam Cameron’s house

Street Talk Oriole Adam Jones buys Cam Cameron’s house

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7+ Comments Benni Gholami says I get very depressed reading articles like this for the way that "celebrities" so easily buy million dollar houses belonging to other celebrities. But this one
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Here’s a bit of odd Baltimore sports news on this dreary Friday in Charm City.

Current Baltimore Orioles center fielder and face of the franchise Adam Jones has reportedly moved into the house formerly occupied by Ravens fans’ public enemy #1, Cam Cameron.

Per the Baltimore Business Journal:

Give Adam Jones a congratulatory Boh and Berger cookie, because the Orioles center fielder is now officially a Baltimore-area resident.

Jones purchased a 6,600-square-foot home in Lutherville on March 13, according to state records. The two-time All-Star paid $1.75 million for the 3.5-acre Baltimore County home.

Jones purchased the house from another prominent Baltimore sports figure — former Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, state records show. Cameron purchased the house for $1.5 million in July 2011.

It doesn’t seem like any of the bad vibes from Cameron’s offensive ineptitude are carrying over to Jones, who is hitting a blistering .375 to start the 2013 campaign.

I don’t know if Jones has moved into his new digs yet, but he’d better be prepared to scrub some dried up egg off the front walls (deposited by angry Ravens fans over the years) as well as to hear the occasional “RUN THE BALL!” screamed at his house from drivers who just made it part of their daily routine and are having trouble breaking it.

Anyway, congrats to Adam on his new home.

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Derek Arnold

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RSR/ESR Senior Editor. Derek is originally from and a current resident of Pasadena, MD. He’s a graduate of UMBC and has been a lifelong Baltimore sports fan. In 2007 he founded B’More Birds’ Nest, where he wrote about the Ravens and Orioles before joining RSR in 2012. Derek’s work has been featured on Charm City Current, Bleacher Report, and other online sports sites. Follow Derek on Twitter: @BMoreBirdsNest  More from Derek Arnold
Benni Gholami
Benni Gholami

I get very depressed reading articles like this for the way that "celebrities" so easily buy million dollar houses belonging to other celebrities. But this one truly tops the gossip columns! I think that even if the players are rivals on the pitch, it makes no sense to carry that rivalry into real life, and much less so for the fans to do so!

Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason

How does a coordinator afford a house like that? Don't they make less than $1,000,000 a year? And don't they move around a lot? The goal isn't to be a coordinator for one team for 15 years.


Yea no kidding. I was thinking the same thing.


No wonder his head has been in a fog this year..


How do u figure Adams head is in the fog. He is having a good year hitting .375. Did u not read the whole article ,it tells u his batting average.


I mean I know he has had a couple goof ball moments in the field but overall having a good start to the season.


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