Tony Campana

#24CF,
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 165
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: Cincinnati
Birth Place: Kettering, Ohio
Draft: 2008 13th round by the
  • Ryan Zimmerman sets career high in homers vs. Braves
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Ryan Zimmerman sets career high in homers vs. Braves

    Postseason teams are continuing to win, except for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and some incredible runs put on by teams just outside of the playoffs are being pushed to the side. Although most of the divisions have been wrapped up, the battle for first place in each league and the overall top seed for home-field throughout the playoffs are getting heated. Of course the Dodgers losing three straight to Philadelphia Phillies, with the potential for the sweep tonight, is a huge factor. Still at 96 wins they hold the best record in baseball but everyone is charging fast. Cleveland is now a game behind for home-field throughout the playoffs and Houston is 2.5 back. The Indians have won 26 of their last

  • Washington Nationals’ postseason roster chatter: Victor Robles a possibility, Brian Goodwin earned spot if healthy...
    Federal Baseball

    Washington Nationals’ postseason roster chatter: Victor Robles a possibility, Brian Goodwin earned spot if healthy...

    Dusty Baker told reporters last week that 20-year-old outfielder Victor Robles was in consideration for a spot on Washington’s postseason roster, in spite of the fact that the No. 1 prospect in the Nationals’ organization is still relatively inexperienced. “If I didn’t think so I wouldn’t play him at all, know what I‘m saying?” Baker explained. “But I don’t want to get carried away, because I’ve seen September call-ups, and then you can’t find them come next April. You want to bring him on slowly, but at a speed that you think he can handle emotionally and psychologically.” Robles has impressed in his time in the majors, since his contract was selected on the 7th of September, going 3 for 9 with

  • The Red Sox will air anti-racism PSA before games beginning next week
    HardballTalk

    The Red Sox will air anti-racism PSA before games beginning next week

    Adrian Walker of the Boston Globe reports that the Boston Red Sox will air an anti-racism public service announcement at Fenway Park before their game on September 28. This is part of a large campaign backed by the Sox, the Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics, New England Patriots and New England Revolution “featuring athletes calling on fans to take a stand against racism and hate speech at sports venues.” This comes in the wake of a group of protesters hanging an anti-racism banner in Fenway Park last week which, in turn came a few months after Adam Jones, like many visiting players of color before him, claimed that racial epithets were hurled at him by fans in the Fenway bleachers. Red Sox CEO Sam