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Campos Handling It Well

CHARLESTON, SC- Charleston RiverDogs' pitcher Jose Campos suffered from a right elbow injury last year but has now fully recovered. The organization has limited him to 3-4 innings per game to ensure he stays healthy and remains at a steady pace of improvement. Campos and his coaches are more than pleased with his progression and recovery thus far.

"I feel good, I feel like I'm one hundred percent everyday when I go out there now," Campos said through the help of a translator. "I've been throwing better and the work that we have been doing in the bullpen has been paying off. "It feels weird only going out there and throwing three or four innings, but I feel like I'm capable of raising that at any [time] right now. I'm just waiting for... Recommended Stories

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