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Campbell Wants to Finish Strong

BINGHAMTON, NY - Midseason injuries can be the toughest to overcome, especially when the injury comes amidst the best season of one's career. That is exactly what Binghamton Mets left fielder Eric Campbell had to deal with when he went down with a broken finger in June. Now Campbell is back and hopes to finish out the year with the type of play that gained him notoriety earlier in the season.

The 2010 season has been the best of Eric Campbell's professional career. His torrid start in St. Lucie, combined with Zach Lutz's foot injury, resulted in Campbell being promoted to Binghamton in late May to play every day at third base. Campbell made a seamless transition to the Double-A level, continuing his hot hitting to the tune of a .315 average over his first 30 games with the B-Mets...

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