PHOENIX (AP) -Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Mike Cameron is to see a neurologist Friday for a determination on whether he has post-concussion syndrome.
Suspended for the first 25 games of the 2008 season after twice testing positive for a banned stimulant, Cameron also is applying for an exemption that would allow him to use banned stimulants.
Cameron told USA Today he suspects he still is bothered by an outfield collision that ended his season in 2005.
``I'm fine physically,'' Cameron was quoted as saying. ``But mentally, I'm not so sure. It's just little things. Lapses here and there. I may be fine, but (the test) can't hurt. I just want to find out for sure, and whether I need anything to help me.''
Cameron blamed his positive tests on tainted legal supplements. He told the Brewers he did not want to discuss the matter further.
The three-time Gold Glove winner agreed to a $7 million, one-year contract in January.

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