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Topic - Tony Campana
The Arizona Diamondbacks have recalled outfielder Alfredo Marte from Triple-A Reno and optioned outfielder Tony Campana to the Aces.
Tony Campana and Cliff Pennington made the most of their rare starts for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Just when it appeared as if the San Francisco bullpen was going to escape another late-inning jam, Pablo Sandoval threw the ball away to help cost the Giants the game.
Throughout Chien-Ming Wang's career in the major leagues, through his moments of triumph and his downfalls, his identity has been the same. He's a sinkerballer. He'd live by it, and die by it. When was winning 19 games for the New York Yankees or finishing second in the American League Cy Young voting, he threw his sinker no less than 75 percent of the time.
Tony Campana hit a disputed bunt single and scored the go-ahead run on an error in the ninth inning to help the Chicago Cubs beat the Kansas City Royals 6-4 Friday night.
"It's just us being ready," Campana said. "We both kind of kept our routine the same. You kind of come in every day ready to play. Today we got the start and both did a pretty good job at the plate and got the win."
"It took some pressure off once he got to second," Campana said. "I knew I just had to get it through the infield somehow. Got jammed and got over his head barely."