|Born: July 6, 1952|
|Died: December 7, 2010 (aged 58)|
|September 11, 1977, for the Cleveland Indians|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 2, 1977, for the Cleveland Indians|
|Earned run average||3.86|
Camper played seven seasons in the minors, in the St. Louis Cardinals, Cleveland Indians and Philadelphia Phillies organizations; when the Indians expanded their roster in September 1977, Camper was brought up. He appeared in three games: pitching two scoreless innings September 11 (in Baltimore) and again on September 17 (at home against Toronto), before starting in Toronto October 2. The Blue Jays touched him for four runs on seven hits in six innings, but Camper got the win as the Tribe triumphed, 5-4. It was his last major league appearance.
That winter, Camper was traded to the Phillies for eccentric outfielder Joe Charboneau, who became the American League Rookie of the Year in 1980 before injuries ended his career. Camper's baseball career ended in 1979; he died in 2010.