It’s weird that he’s been essentially the same player for so many years. If he loses that power, though, his offense will be putrid because he was never a good hitter. I think it’s amazing that he’s been such a good center fielder for so many years, usually defense is the first thing to go. He never was, and never will be, a big time difference maker, but I think every team can use a player like him in their outfield.
He’s kind of like a Hank Aaron player in terms of that; not that he’s anywhere near Aaron’s level, but in the sense of being a guy who consistently puts up good numbers for a long time, rather than having crazy good seasons then declining.
One thing Jack Zduriencik has said about Cameron (and he’s a huge fan of his) is that every team he has joined has improved when he got there and every team he has left has regressed when he left. That’s a lot of teams by now and while he was clearly not the only factor, it’s hard to deny that he was not a negligible factor. Turning your centerfield into a “no hits zone” is a good thing.