Jorge Campillo #57

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Jorge Campillo MLB Career Stats

9-7 4.23 180.2 121 1.31

Jorge Campillo Bio

  • Full Name: Jorge Campillo
  • Nickname: Popeye
  • Born: 8/10/1978 in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
  • Debut: May 20, 2005
  • Ret., Final Game: 5/28/2009
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MLB Career Stats 9 7 4.23 52 26 0 180.2 121 1.31


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Season CG Rank
2008 1 13th in NL

Jorge Campillo Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 17, 2011 Tigres de Quintana Roo signed free agent RHP Jorge Campillo.
June 27, 2010 Omaha Royals released RHP Jorge Campillo.
June 7, 2010 Omaha Royals placed RHP Jorge Campillo on the 7-day disabled list.
May 11, 2010 RHP Jorge Campillo assigned to Omaha Royals from Royals Extended Spring Training.
April 7, 2010 Jorge Campillo assigned to Royals Extended Spring Training from Kansas City Royals.
November 19, 2009 Kansas City Royals signed free agent RHP Jorge Campillo to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 12, 2009 Atlanta Braves sent Jorge Campillo outright to Gwinnett Braves.
June 11, 2009 Jorge Campillo roster status changed by Atlanta Braves.
June 3, 2009 Atlanta Braves placed RHP Jorge Campillo on the 15-day disabled list. Sore Right Shoulder
May 26, 2009 Atlanta Braves activated RHP Jorge Campillo from the 15-day disabled list.
May 21, 2009 Atlanta Braves sent RHP Jorge Campillo on a rehab assignment to Gwinnett Braves.
May 16, 2009 Atlanta Braves sent RHP Jorge Campillo on a rehab assignment to Mississippi Braves.
April 17, 2009 Atlanta Braves placed RHP Jorge Campillo on the 15-day disabled list. Right shoulder tendinitis

Jorge Campillo Bio Info

Full name is Jorge Hidalgo Campillo. 2009 Opened the year in the Braves bullpen, but struggled with right rotator cuff tendinitis and made just 5 appearances at the Major League level and two more in the minor leagues. 2008 Played for his native Mexico in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. ...After having his contract purchased from Richmond (AAA) on 4/10, Jorge became a valuable addition to the major league club both as a reliever and as a starter in his rookie season. He had previously appeared in just eight games (one start) over parts of three seasons with the Seattle Mariners. ...Ranked fourth among all NL rookies (min. 150.0 IP) in opponents' batting average (.262) and ERA (3.91). ...Was 8-7 with a 4.34 ERA (137.0 IP/66 ER) in 25 starts and 0-0 with a 1.25 ERA in 14 appearances (21.2 innings) as a reliever. ...Had just one career start (8/2/05 at DET with SEA) before making 25 starts with the Braves. ...Picked up his first career win (6-2) in second career start in Game 2 on 5/20 vs. NYM. ...Held left-handed batters to a .249 mark with 5 HR and right-handed batters to a .274 mark with 13 HR. ...Had at least one strikeout in 10 of his 14 big-league relief appearances. ...Seven of his 14 appearances were 2.0+ IP. He did not allow a run in any of those seven games. ...Went 3-0 with a 1.42 ERA in three games against Milwaukee (3 ER/19.0 IP) with 3 BB and 18 K. ...Went 0-0 with a 0.71 ERA in seven April games and 2-0 with a 1.14 ERA in nine May games. ...Was 4-4 with a 3.06 ERA in 25 games before the All-Star break and 4-3 with a 4.91 ERA in 14 games after. ...Allowed his first runs of the season (5 R/1ER) 4/22 vs. WSH on two hits, two walks and his own throwing error (first MLB error) in 0.1 IP. He had gone 7.0 IP to start the year before allowing a run. ...Made his Braves debut on 4/13 at WSH with two perfect innings that included three strikeouts. ...Had his contract purchased on 4/10 from Richmond (AAA), where he threw 4.1 scoreless innings (5 H, 0 BB, 4 K) in his only outing, which was a start on 4/4 vs. Rochester in place of Jo-Jo Reyes. ...Was 4-4, 4.10 ERA in 19 home appearances (13 GS) and 4-3 with a 3.70 ERA in 20 road games (12 GS). ...Over his first 16 games (three starts) dating to 5/29, he was 2-0 with a 0.99 ERA (36.1 IP/4 ER) with 5 BB and 33 Ks. ...Over his last ten starts to finish the season, after 8/8, he allowed 38 earned runs in 50.2 IP (6.75 ERA) with a .320 opponents batting average. ...Faced NYM on 9/14 at Shea Stadium and was lifted from the game after allowing four runs (3 ER) on eight hits, including two home runs, in 3.2 IP. He received a ND as Atlanta went on to win, 7-4. The two HR allowed marked the first time in his career he recorded back-to-back multi-HR games. It was also the second time in his career (7/2-13) he allowed at least one HR in three straight starts. ...Failed to pick up a win for his sixth straight start and received another ND after pitching 6.1 innings against COL on 9/9. He left the game leading 4-3 in the seventh only to see the lead vanish in the ninth and the Braves claim the 5-4 victory in the 10th inning. ...Got a ND in the Braves' 5-3 defeat at FLA on 9/3. He matched his season high with seven strikeouts, but gave up three runs - all with two outs - on four hits in five innings before exiting with the score tied at 3-3. ...Lost for the third time in four outings on 8/29 at WSH, allowing five runs for the fourth time in five starts in a 7-3 loss. In five starts since 8/8, he was 1-3 with a 7.76 ERA (26.2 IP, 37 H, 23 R/ER). ...Got a ND on 8/23 at STL after leaving with the game tied at 3-3 before the offense put the Braves ahead late in an 8-4 win. ...Threw a career-high 107 pitches in the 5-0 loss on 8/18 vs. SF. Went 6.2 IP, allowing five runs on seven hits including a home run. ...Won a career-best fourth straight start 8/8 at ARI. Despite tying his season-high five runs allowed, the run support carried him in an 11-6 win. ...With a Braves' 5-2 win on 8/3 vs. MIL, he extended his winning streak to three games. It was his third win of the year vs. MIL. ...Started for the second time in three games on 7/29 vs. STL due to a rain-shortened start on 7/27. Posted his seventh quality start (7.0 IP/2 ER), however earned the ND in the 8-3 Atlanta loss. ...Won for the first time in five starts on 6/25 vs. MIL in a 4-2 victory. ...Threw his first career complete game (7 H, 2 ER) on 6/15 at LAA, but suffered the loss as he received no run support in the Braves' 2-0 defeat. Campillo was charged with two runs in the fifth inning after allowing a lead-off double and then a home run to C. Kotchman two batters later. 2007 Played for Triple-A Tacoma until being called up by Seattle on 9/7...Made season debut 9/8 at DET, allowing one run on two hits in one inning in relief. It was his first ML appearance since 9/26/06 vs. OAK...Threw 3.0 scoreless innings on 9/11 vs. OAK...Allowed eight runs in final two appearances (2.2 IP)...Appeared in 24 games, 22 games starts, with Tacoma...Led PCL with 3.07 ERA (51 ER, 149.1 IP) and became first Tacoma pitcher to lead the league in ERA since Denny Stark in 2001, and 14th Tacoma pitcher to win the crown since 1960...Led Rainiers with nine wins and finished second with 99 strikeouts while also making a team-high 24 starts and led team with 15 quality starts...Finished second among all Mariners farmhands in ERA (3.07) and wins (9)...Allowed three earned runs or less in 16 of 24 appearances...Struck out a season-high seven batters in 7.0 innings 8/19 vs. Sacramento...Was 2-0 with a 1.47 ERA (5 ER, 30.2 IP) while striking out 22 in five starts in August...In his only two relief appearances, he went 1-0 with a 0.73 ERA (1 ER, 12.1 IP)...Pitched for Mexico in the 2007 Pan-American Games in Rio de Janeiro, throwing a three-hit shutout against Panama. 2006 Returned to the Major Leagues for the first time since August 2005, when he tore a ligament in his right elbow while making his first Major League start. He later needed Tommy John surgery to repair the elbow. Was on a rehabilitation assignment with the Peoria Mariners before being reinstated from the disabled list and transferred to Class A Inland Empire on Aug. 11. Was later transferred to the Double-A San Antonio Missions, where he was 2-0 with a 2.53 ERA in two starts. Allowed four earned runs in his only relief appearance with Seattle on Sept. 26 against Oakland. 2005 Signed out of the Mexican League prior to Spring Training. Made his MLB debut on August 3, two days after being promoted from Triple-A Tacoma, and suffered a strained right elbow, forcing him to miss the remainder of the season. 2004 Spent season with Mexico City, setting a career-high with 66 strikeouts...Tossed 8.0 shutout innings, allowing only four hits while striking out eight on 4/18...Won season-high three consecutive starts (22.1 IP, 6 ER), from 4/18-30...Fired first complete game shutout 6/5, allowing only four hits while striking out a seasonhigh nine batters...Made only one relief appearance of the season on 6/22, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings...Posted a 10-1 record with a 2.05 ERA in 14 starts with Culiacan in the Mexican Winter League. 2003 Set career highs in wins (12) and innings pitched (119.1) while tossing a career-low 2.79 ERA...Finished fifth in the league in wins...Won season-high five consecutive starts, allowing only two runs in 31.1 innings, from 5/11-6/6...Went 9-1 with a 1.90 ERA, from 5/11-7/5, lowering his ERA from 4.05 to 2.66...Allowed three or less runs in 16 of his 21 starts, including seven starts without a run. 2002 Made 14 starts for the Tigres before moving to the bullpen on 6/23...Went 4-5 with a 6.15 ERA (79.0 IP, 54 ER) in 15 games as a starter, compared to going 1-0 with a 2.35 ERA (15.1 IP, 4 ER) in 10 relief appearances... Struck out a season-high nine batters in 7.0 innings on 3/29. 2001 Started season in the bullpen...Moved to the starting rotation on 7/7, and made six starts...Went 2- 1 with a career-high two saves and a 2.41 ERA (41.0 IP, 11 ER) in 21 relief appearances...Went 4-2 with a 4.53 ERA (45.2 IP, 23 ER) in nine starts...Struck out a season-high nine batters in 6.0 innings on 3/24. 2000 Split season between the Tigres starting rotation and bullpen...Finished fifth in the league with 22 home runs allowed...Tossed a complete game, allowing only two runs on six hits while striking out a careerhigh 11 batters 4/13...Recorded two, three-game winning streaks.