Dazmon Jaroid Cameron (born January 15, 1997) is a Major League Baseball outfielder for the Detroit Tigers in the United States (MLB).
He was drafted by the Houston Astros in the 2015 MLB draft after attending Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy in McDonough, Georgia. Cameron was sent to the Tigers by the Astros in 2017. Mike Cameron, his father, was a baseball player.
Cameron was projected a possible first-round choice in the 2015 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft; however, due to suspected exorbitant salary demands, he slid into the competitive lottery pick round.
The Houston Astros selected him 37th overall, believing that as the team with the largest draft spending pool, they had the best chance of signing Cameron. Cameron reportedly received a $4 million signing bonus from the Astros.
Cameron reportedly received a $4 million signing bonus from the Astros. Cameron reported to the Rookie League GCL Astros after signing. After batting.222 with six RBIs in 21 games, he was transferred to the Appalachian League’s Greeneville Astros, where he batted.272 with 11 RBIs and a.721 OPS in 30 games.
Daz Cameron has made most of his wealth from being a professional baseball outfielder. He currently earns an annual salary of $647,236, with his net worth estimated to be around $3 million.