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Something Different With Campbell

Campbell is hitting .358 against lefties this year

BINGHAMTON, NY - Eric Campbell, the twenty-five year old slugger out of Boston College, is having a season that is a marked improvement from last year. In his first full year with the B-Mets in 2011, Campbell hit .247 with four home runs. So far in 2012, he is hitting .312 with eight homers entering Friday night's contest. Something is different this year, and the B-Mets are reaping the benefits.

"Campbell's been great," manager Pedro Lopez said. "I think he's having a terrific season. First time he's ever played for me, I've never seen him play until this year, and I'm really impressed by the way he goes about his business, I think he's a true professional. His work ethic is tremendous and I think it's paying off for him." Campbell is certainly a professional hitter, as already he is...

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