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Camp has been placed on the disabled list with a sprained right big toe, Jesse Rogers of ESPN Chicago reports.
Camp pitched a scoreless seventh inning Wednesday and has appeared in four of the Cubs' last five games.
The Cubs will use a closer-by-committee approach in the absence of Camp's teammate Kyuji Fujikawa, who was placed on the 15-day DL on Saturday, Jesse Rogers of ESPN Chicago reports.
Camp, who has thrown two scoreless innings this season, was mentioned by manager Dale Sveum as a potential closer with Carlos Marmol struggling. "You got [Shawn] Camp and [James] Russell that seem to be pretty efficient when they pitch," Sveum told ESPNChicago.com. "They've never had to do the last three outs of the game but there is a mix of pitches, those are options."
Camp agreed to a one-year, $1.35 million contract with the Cubs on Monday, FOX Sports reports.
Camp pitched a scoreless, one-hit eighth inning against the Rockies on Sunday and was credited with the save after the game was called early due to rain.
Camp has pitched well so far in July, allowing only one run and three hits over 6.1 innings.
Camp blew the save and took the loss after giving up two runs off four hits and a pair of walks with one strikeout over 1.1 innings against the Twins on Friday.
James Russell and not Camp got the save Tuesday, though Camp pitched a perfect eighth and got the first out in the ninth inning before giving way.
Camp and James Russell will split the closing duties for the Cubs, with Rafael Dolis moving to middle relief, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Camp, who has signed a minor league deal with the Cubs, will be considered for a bullpen spot with the team, MLB.com's Carrie Muskat reports.
Camp has signed a major league deal with the Mariners, the club's official Twitter feed reports.
Pitching for the fourth time in five days, Camp blew the save against the Mariners on Monday night, giving up two runs in the ninth to get the loss.