At the age of 12 Cam Perron became obsessed with the Negro Baseball League. Today, he reunites team members and awards the players with the recognition they deserved decades ago.
Cam Perron’s interest in the Negro Baseball League began at the age of 12 when he began collecting autographs of retired baseball players. It quickly grew into a full time passion, and Cam has since befriended hundreds of former players, creating baseball cards for them, reuniting long lost friends and teammates and yearly reunions, and helping them get the recognition they deserved decades ago. Cam’s computer skills have allowed him to track down close to 100 former players unknown to be alive, and his research has helped a handful of former players receive yearly pensions from Major League Baseball. Cam is now a sophomore and is studying business at Tulane University.