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  1. BECKETT BASEBALL CARD MONTHLY - March 1997 Issue #144 (Your Guide to the coolest hobby on the planet. Kenetic MVP Ken Caminiti Moves the Padres. Griffey's '89 Upper Deck Leads Pack of No. 1 Cards. MVP Juan Gonzalez Powers the Rangers.)
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1. Ken Caminiti -- 1996 NL MVP -- HistoricBaseball.com
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Ken Caminiti Kenneth Gene Caminiti
Born : April 21, 1963 in Hanford, Calif.
Died : Oct. 10, 2004 in New York
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: R Yr G AB R H HR RBI SB BA Ken Caminiti biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics. Ken Caminiti, who won the National League MVP in 1996, died Sunday, Oct. 10, 2004, in the Bronx, New York, of an apparent heart attack. He was 41. In his career, he hit .272 with 239 home runs and 983 RBIs. He was selected by the Astros in the third round of the 1984 amateur draft and had debuted with Houston in 1987. Caminiti's play on the field had been tainted by his admissions of what he had done as a player. At the conclusion of his career in the major leagues, Caminiti had admitted to using steroids. In September 2004, Caminiti had admitted in court in Houston that he had violated his probation and had tested positive for cocaine use. He had been sentenced to 180 days in jail. The judge had given him credit for 189 days he had served in jail and in a treatment facility since he was sentenced to three years probation for an arrest on cocaine charges in 2001, according to wire reports.

2. The Astros Daily - In Memory Of Ken Caminiti
In Memory of Ken Caminiti. Ken Caminiti, 1996 NL MVP, dies at age 41 by Ben Walker AP Baseball Writer October 11, 2004
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In Memory of Ken Caminiti Ken Caminiti , 1996 NL MVP, dies at age 41
by Ben Walker
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October 11, 2004
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NEW YORK (AP) Ken Caminiti , the 1996 National League MVP who later admitted using steroids during his major league career, died Sunday. He was 41. Caminiti died of a heart attack in the Bronx, said his agent-lawyer Rick Licht. The city medical examiner's office said an autopsy would be performed Monday, spokeswoman Ellen Borakove said. "I'm still in shock," San Diego Padres general manager Kevin Towers said. "He was one of my favorite all-time players." The three-time All-Star third baseman often was in trouble the last few years. His 15-year big league career ended in 2001, five seasons after he led the Padres to a division title and was a unanimous pick for MVP. Just last Tuesday, he admitted in a Houston court that he violated his probation by testing positive for cocaine last month, and was sentenced to 180 days in jail. But state District Judge William Harmon gave Caminiti credit for the 189 days he already served in jail and a treatment facility since he was sentenced to three years probation for a cocaine arrest in March 2001. In May 2002, Caminiti told Sports Illustrated that he used steroids during his MVP season, when he hit a career-high .326 with 40 home runs and 130 RBIs. He estimated half the players in the big leagues were also using them.

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Tragically hampered by drug addiction and steroid use, Ken Caminiti was extremely talented and died far too young. A rare talent, Caminiti won 3 Gold Glove Awards as a third
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Kenneth Gene Caminiti B: Apr 21, 1963, Hanford CA — D: Oct 10, 2004, New York, NY Tragically hampered by drug addiction and steroid use, Ken Caminiti was extremely talented and died far too young. A rare talent, Caminiti won 3 Gold Glove Awards as a third baseman while hitting for power. Unanimously selected as the National League’s MVP in 1996, he appeared in 3 All Star Games. To his credit, Ken made the first public admission of steroid use by any professional baseball player. Caminiti was hired by the Padres to be a spring training instructor for his former team. Before he died, he mentored young players about the life-destroying power of drugs. AB R H HR RBI AVG

4. Player Profile - Ken Caminiti
See Also Baseball Reference Retrosheet. Position 3B Born Apr 21, 1963 Bats Both Throws Right Drafted in 1984 out of San Jose State, third baseman Ken Caminiti made a
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5. Ken Caminiti - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Caminiti, Ken Alternative names Short description American Baseball player Date of birth April 21, 1963 Place of birth Hanford, California Date of death
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Batted: Switch Threw: MLB debut Last MLB appearance Career statistics Batting average Home runs Runs batted in Teams Career highlights and awards Kenneth Gene Caminiti (April 21, 1963 – October 10, 2004) was an American third baseman in Major League Baseball and the 1996 National League Most Valuable Player. He was born in Hanford, California , and attended San Jose State University . He died of a drug overdose on October 10, 2004.
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    Caminiti played professional baseball for 15 seasons, beginning with the Osceola Astros of the Single-A

6. 1996 Topps Stadium Club Members Only Baseball Cards
Card Player Price in US$ 2 77 Caminiti, Ken 2 2 392 Candiotti, Tom 1 0 223 Canseco, Jose SOLD OUT 0 342 Canseco, Jose SOLD OUT 0 M3 Canseco, Jose SOLD OUT
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7. Ken Caminiti - Stats, Bio - MLB Baseball - SI.com
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8. Ken Caminiti Baseball Stats By Baseball Almanac
Ken Caminiti. Ken Caminiti Fielding Stats Team POS G GS OUTS TC TC/G CH PO A E DP PB CASB CACS FLD% RF ZR 1987 Astros 3B 61156 2.6 148 50 98 8 11 n/a n/a n/a.949 0.001988 Astros
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9. 1990 Houston Astros Season - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Caminiti, Ken Ken Caminiti 153 541 131.242 4 51 SS Ram rez, Rafael Rafael Ram rez 132 445 116.261 2 37 LF Stubbs, Franklin Franklin Stubbs 146 448 117.261 23 71 CF
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10. Ken Caminiti Stats, News, Photos - Atlanta Braves - ESPN
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Ken Caminiti's toughness and take-charge attitude may forever be overshadowed by the last few years of his life, when he blew the whistle on baseball's steroid problem and died because of his addiction to drugs. In 1996, his second season with the Padres, the switch-hitting third baseman won the NL Most Valuable Player Award as he helped lead the team to their second World Sereis appearance. Despite battling alcoholism, steroids, injuries, and drug addictions, Caminiti logged 15 years in the big leagues, hitting 239 homers with nearly 1,000 RBI. He had one of his era's strongest infield arms. Career Batting Stats G AB H R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OBP OPS OPS+
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Ken Caminiti ranks # among the Top 50 all-time at 3B.
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Kenneth Gene Caminiti was born on April 21, 1963, in Hanford, CA. Died
October 10, 2004, New York, NY Batted: Both
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13. The Ballplayers - Ken Caminiti | BaseballLibrary.com
Plagued with injuries throughout his tenure in the major leagues, Caminiti's willingness to play through pain became the hallmark of an impressive career.
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    Steroid Report Cites Collective Failure By DUFF WILSON and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT Dozens of baseball stars, including seven M.V.P.s, were named in a report on the use of illegal, performance-enhancing drugs during the sports steroids era. December 14, 2007 Sports News Padres Honor Caminiti for the Sake of His Family By TYLER KEPNER The Padres honored Ken Caminiti with a pregame tribute last night at Petco Park. It would have been his 42nd birthday. April 22, 2005 Sports News Ken Caminiti, M.V.P. in National League, Dies at 41 By FRANK LITSKY Ken Caminiti played with the Houston Astros, the San Diego Padres, the Texas Rangers and the Atlanta Braves but was an admitted steroid user in his playing days and a cocaine user in recent years. October 12, 2004

15. Ken Caminiti - Biography
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17. Ken Caminiti Statistics And History - Baseball-Reference.com
Career 239 HR, .272 BA, 983 RBI, 3B, 1996 NL MVP, 3xAllStar, 3xGG, Astros/Padres/.. 19872001, bB/tR, born in CA 1963, died 2004
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Kenneth Gene Caminiti Position : Third Baseman
Bats: Both, Throws: Right
Height: Weight: 200 lb. Born April 21 in Hanford, CA
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Drafted by the Houston Astros in the 3rd round of the 1984 amateur draft.
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RC/27 PRC/27 Value. Top 10 Contributors CLE Thome, Jim 10.8 10.39 84.32. SD Caminiti, Ken 9.37 9.67 78.93. CHA Ventura, Robin 6.67 7.19 43.17. ATL Jones, Chipper 8.06 7.69 42.98
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RC/27 PRC/27 Value Top 10 Contributors: CLE Thome, Jim 10.8 10.39 84.32 SD Caminiti, Ken 9.37 9.67 78.93 CHA Ventura, Robin 6.67 7.19 43.17 ATL Jones, Chipper 8.06 7.69 42.98 MIL Cirillo, Jeff 7.06 6.98 41.12 OAK Brosius, Scott 7.6 7.53 34.21 TEX Palmer, Dean 6.52 6.07 30.88 BAL Surhoff, B. J. 6.32 6.66 25.06 SF Williams, Matt 6.71 6.81 24.7 TOR Sprague, Ed 5.83 5.74 24.22 Bottom 10 Contributors: SEA Sheets, Andy 2.39 2.46 -3.04 LA Hansen, Dave 2.2 2.41 -3.9 MIN Reboulet, Jeff 2.44 2.36 -4.26 STL Bell, David 2.38 2.41 -5.44 MON Silvestri, Dave 2.99 2.82 -5.76 CAL Arias, George 3.24 3.34 -6.55 NYA Sojo, Luis 1.96 2.01 -6.91 SF Batiste, Kim 2.02 2.05 -6.95 NYA Hayes, Charlie 3.7 3.66 -8.84 ATL Pendleton, Terry 3.15 3.23 -16.82 Complete Report: PIT Sveum, Dale 11.91 11.78 6.19 SEA Martinez, Edgar 10.89 11.22 1.3 CLE Thome, Jim 10.8 10.39 84.32 SD Caminiti, Ken 9.37 9.67 78.93 ATL Jones, Chipper 8.06 7.69 42.98 CLE Seitzer, Kevin 7.69 7.57 3.96 OAK Brosius, Scott 7.6 7.53 34.21 OAK Spiezio, Scott 7.57 7.5 1.55 DET Nevin, Phil 6.92 7.22 5.96 CHA Ventura, Robin 6.67 7.19 43.17 SF Mueller, Bill 7.03 7.13 12.49 MIL Cirillo, Jeff 7.06 6.98 41.12 SF Williams, Matt 6.71 6.81 24.7 BAL Bonilla, Bobby 6.43 6.78 1.02 BAL Surhoff, B. 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