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Scouting Report: LHP Eddie Camacho

Camacho has been quite reliable in his career

The New York Mets signed lefty Eddie Camacho as an undrafted free agent out of Cal State Northridge back in 2004. Since that time he's been one of the more reliable left-handed relievers in the farm system and he's inching his way closer to the big leagues. Here's a scouting report on Eddie Camacho.

Camacho, 24, spent his 2006 season – his third in the organization - coming out of the bullpen for Double-A Binghamton, making a career-high 53 appearances. The left-hander finished 3-4 with one save and a 3.63 ERA, allowing 71 hits and 36 runs (32 earned) in 79 1/3 innings. He walked 25 and struck out 61, finishing 12 games for Binghamton. "Overall, I think I had a good year," Camacho said... Recommended Stories

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