(7/21/2009) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Braves SP Jorge Campillo (shoulder surgery) is out for the season.
Campillo moved to 60-day DL
(7/8/2009) The Braves moved Jorge Campillo (shoulder) to the 60-day DL on Tuesday, clearing a spot on the 40-man roster.
Campillo lands on 15-day DL
(6/3/2009)Jorge Campillo was placed on the 15-day disabled list before Wednesday night's game against the Chicago Cubs. Outfielder Brian Barton was called up from Triple-A Gwinnett to fill the roster spot.
Braves activate Campillo for the DL
(5/27/2009) The Braves placed right-hander Buddy Carlyle on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with an upper back strain and activated righty Jorge Campillo from the DL. Campillo missed 35 games with rotator cuff tendinitis in his throwing shoulder.
Campillo goes three frames in rehab
(5/22/2009) Braves RHP Jorge Campillo, on the DL with rotator cuff tendinitis, began his rehab assignment for Triple-A Gwinnett by pitching three innings of relief for a save Thursday. He allowed four hits and two runs.
Campillo to make rehab appearance
(11:43 pm ET) Braves RHP Jorge Campillo, on the DL with rotator cuff tendinitis, will pitch two or three innings in long relief at Triple-A Gwinnett on Thursday.
Campillo sharp in rehab outing
(5/17/2009) Braves SP Jorge Campillo pitched two scoreless innings (one hit, one walk, two strikeouts) for Double-A Missisippi in the first game of his rehab assignment Saturday, reports the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Hes been on the DL for shoulder fatigue.
Braves not rushing Campillo back
(5/11/2009) From the The Sports Xchange: RHP Jorge Campillo has begun throwing side sessions and says he feels good, but manager Bobby Cox is not going to rush him back to the bullpen. Cox has the whole season to think about.
Campillo feels good after bullpen
(5/8/2009) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Braves SP Jorge Campillo (shoulder) felt good Thursday after throwing his second bullpen session in three days. I want him to be healthy, manager Bobby Cox said. The season is just started.
Campillo to throw in bullpen Tues.
(5/4/2009) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Braves SP Jorge Campillo, who is eligible to come off the disabled list on Monday, will throw a bullpen session Tuesday and throw another side session or two before heading out on a minor league rehab assignment.
Sore shoulder lands Campillo on DL
(4/16/2009) Braves reliever Jorge Campillo has been put on the DL with right shoulder tendinitis. Campillo gave up two hits and one run in the ninth inning of Thursday's 6-2 loss to the Marlins. He was put on the 15-day DL after the game. Campillo (1-0) has a 5.40 ERA and one blown save in four games. He made two starts for Mexico in the World Baseball Classic, and Braves manager Bobby Cox said the reliever hasn't been the same since then. Right-hander James R. Parr will be recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett in time for Friday's game at Pittsburgh. Parr was 1-0 with a 4.84 ERA in five starts for Atlanta last season.
(3/21/2009) The Braves' bullpen allowed five hits and a run in six innings. Manager Bobby Cox said he doesn't mind if he has some tough decisions to make at the end of camp. "I have always said no matter how much pitching you have, go get some more," Cox said. Jorge Campillo was the only reliever to allow a run, but Cox said he and Peter Moylan stood out among the candidates for one of the final bullpen jobs.
Campillo, Mexico get sent out
(3/17/2009)Jorge Campillo (1-1) allowed five runs and eight hits in four innings Monday as Mexico was eliminated by Cuba in the WBC.
Campillo blanks Aussies through four
(3/12/2009) Karim Garcia went 4-for-4 with two home runs and Mexico eliminated Australia from the World Baseball Classic with a six-inning 16-1 victory Wednesday night. Edgar V. Gonzalez had three RBI for Mexico, and Jorge Campillo pitched four shutout innings to earn the victory.
Campillo a bit shaky vs. Rockies
(3/5/2009) Braves SP Jorge Campillo, pitching for Team Mexico in an exhibition game Thursday, allowed two runs on three hits in three innings against the Rockies, striking out three.
Campillo roughed up Thursday
(2/26/2009) Braves SP Jorge Campillo had a rough first outing of the spring, allowing five hits and three earned runs in two innings against the Astros on Thursday.
Campillo leaves after three innings
(9/27/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo lasted only three innings in his final start Friday at Houston, allowing four runs on seven hits. He had zero walks and one strikeout. He finished the season with a 3.91 ERA, including a 4.91 mark in the second half.
Campillo sharp to defeat Mets
(9/20/2008) Atlanta SP Jorge Campillo pitched perhaps his best outing since before August on Saturday against the Mets. He allowed two runs on five hits over six innings to improve his record to 8-7. He walked two and had two K's.
Campillo has brief outing Sunday
(9/14/2008)David Wright matched a career high with four hits for the Mets. He had three RBI and hit both homers off starter Jorge Campillo, who lasted just 3 2/3 innings Sunday. Wright's 12th career multihomer game and third this season gave him a career-high 31 home runs, surpassing last season's total by one. He also hit a two-run shot in the first inning Saturday night.
Campillo decent in no decision
(9/9/2008) Atlanta SP Jorge Campillo didn't factor into the extra-inning decision on Tuesday against the Rockies. He went 6 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on five hits. He walked three and had three K's. He did allow two homers, however. His ERA stands at 3.70.
(9/3/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo gave up three runs on four hits over five innings in a no-decision against the Marlins on Wednesday. Campillo, who hasn't won since Aug. 8, struck out seven and walked three.
Struggles continue for SP Campillo
(8/30/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo, who impressed for much of the season, lost for the third time in four starts Friday at Washington. He went 3 1/3 innings, allowing five runs and eight hits. He walked three and struck out three. "I missed a lot of my spots. That's the problem with me. I can't miss my spots," Campillo said.
Campillo once again doesn't impress
(8/23/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo allowed three runs on seven hits in five innings, walking two and striking out one. He didn't factor in the decision and now has a 7.04 ERA over his last four starts.
Campillo yields five more runs
(8/18/2008) Braves RP Jorge Campillo allowed five runs and seven hits in 6 2/3 innings during a 5-0 win Friday against the Giants. San Francisco jumped on Campillo early by sending eight batters to the plate in the first and producing three runs. He didn't allow another run until Aaron Rowand's solo homer in the sixth. Campillo walked one and struck out two.
Campillo shaky against Cubs Wednesday
(8/13/2008) Atlanta SP Jorge Campillo fell to 7-5 on the season Wednesday against the Cubs in the second game of a day-night doubleheader -- the Cubs won both. Campillo allowed five runs on seven hits over five innings. He walked two and had five strikeouts. His ERA is 3.09.
Campillo wins, but allows five runs
(8/9/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo gave up five runs and eight hits over 6 1/3 innings Friday at Arizona, but he managed to win his fourth consecutive decision. Campillo struck out five and didn't walk a batter for the second straight start. "The only squared up about five balls all night, and that was good enough for me," said Braves manager Bobby Cox. "We finally got him a few runs to work with."
Campillo blanks Brewers over seven
(8/3/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo (6-4) shut out Milwaukee for seven innings as the Atlanta Braves beat Ben Sheets and the Brewers 5-0 on Sunday to avoid a series sweep. Campillo improved to 3-0 in his last five starts. The 29-year-old rookie has allowed only four runs in that span, lowering his ERA to 2.58. He had six strikeouts, allowed six hits and did not walk a batter. He is 4-0 with a 2.02 ERA in 13 appearances in day games, including seven starts. "He has one of the best changeups I've ever seen," Brewers manager Ned Yost said. "He throws an 86 fastball that looks like a 95."
Campillo brilliant on short rest
(7/29/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo, who left Sunday's start after only 1 2/3 innings because of a rain delay, took the hill again Tuesday against the Cardinals. He allowed only two runs in seven innings, giving up seven hits and one walk. He also recorded five strikeouts in the no-decision.
Campillo suffers rain-shortened outing
(7/27/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo gave up two hits in 1 2/3 scoreless innings Sunday against the Phillies, but didn't return after a 1 hour, 57-minute rain delay. Jo-Jo Reyes, who was scheduled to start Monday night against St. Louis, allowed five runs and four hits in 2 2/3 innings in relief of Campillo. Reyes also walked four and struck out four while allowing homers to Chris Coste and Shane Victorino.
Campillo two-hits the Marlins
(7/21/2008) Rookie Jorge Campillo pitched seven innings and two relievers completed a two-hitter to help the Atlanta Braves beat the Florida Marlins 4-0 Monday night. The 29-year-old Campillo (5-4), who moved into the rotation in May, allowed both hits, walked one, struck out six and lowered his ERA to 2.83. Campillo retired the first 12 batters before Josh Willingham walked to start the fifth. Mike Jacobs singled with one out, but Cody Ross hit into a double play. Jeremy Hermida singled leading off the seventh for the Marlins' other hit.
Campillo penciled in for Monday return
(7/20/2008) The Braves' media notes list Jorge Campillo (foot) as the probable starter Monday night at Florida.
Campillo likely off until Tuesday
(7/15/2008) The Braves will give SP Jorge Campillo, who left Sunday's start with a foot injury, as much time off as possible, meaning he likely won't take the mound until Tuesday at Florida.
Campillo wins, leaves Sunday's game
(7/13/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo tossed six strong innings Sunday against the Padres to even his record at 4-4 with a 12-3 win. He had to leave the game in the top of the seventh when he fouled a pitch off his left foot. Campillo allowed two runs and five hits, including a Kevin Kouzmanoff solo home run. He walked two and struck out four.
Campillo trumped by shutout gem
(7/8/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo had a strong outing Monday against the Dodgers, but ended up with the 3-0 loss as Hiroki Kuroda tossed a complete-game shutout. Campillo (3-4) took a one-hitter into the fifth before the Dodgers scored all three of their runs on a Nomar Garciaparra two-run homer and Matt Kemp RBI single. Campillo allowed five hits and three walks in seven innings while striking out two.
Campillo looks vulnerable again
(7/2/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo, who entered the game with a 3.38 ERA in his last three, gave up five runs in five innings Wednesday against the Phillies. He gave up eight hits and two walks without recording a strikeout and lost for only the third time this season.
Campillo snaps winless streak
(6/25/2008)Jorge Campillo (3-2) gave up two runs and four hits in seven innings and walked none Wednesday. He had been 0-2 in his previous five starts since winning at Milwaukee on May 29.
Campillo back to mediocre numbers
(6/20/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo gave up four runs on eight hits, including five doubles, in 6 1/3 innings Friday against the Mariners, losing for the second time this season. He allowed two runs in eight innings in his last start but allowed seven earned runs in 9 1/3 innings in his previous two starts, giving him a 6.32 ERA in three of his last four starts.
Campillo takes complete-game loss
(6/15/2008) Braves RP Jorge Campillo pitched a complete-game Sunday against the Angels, but ended up on the wrong end of a 2-0 decision. Campillo (2-1) was equally sharp as Joe Saunders, who pitched 7 1/3 scoreless innings for the Angels. He yielded a leadoff single to Chone Figgins in the first, but retired the next 12 batters before Vladimir Guerrero doubled to lead off the fifth. Later in the inning, Casey Kotchman launched his first home run since April 23 to give the Angels a 2-0 lead. Campillo allowed seven hits while striking out seven in eight innings.
Campillo bumped to Sunday
(6/11/2008) The Braves made several roster moves Wednesday. They recalled outfielder Brandon Jones and left-hander Jeff Ridgway from Triple-A Richmond and they optioned outfielder Josh Anderson to Richmond. Manager Bobby Cox said Charlie Morton would also be called up from Triple-A to start Saturday's game against the Angels. Jorge Campillo will start Sunday.
Campillo has another bumpy start
(6/8/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo, surprisingly good in his first three starts, has hit a bump in the road in two starts since. He allowed three runs on seven hits and three walks in 5 1/3 innings Sunday against the Phillies, striking out two. He didn't factor in the decision.
Campillo done in by Uggla, Marlins
(6/3/2008) Braves SP Jorge Campillo knew he left a fat one over the heart of the plate Tuesday against the Marlins, shaking his head in disgust as soon as the Florida slugger connected. But Dan Uggla wasn't done. Two innings later, he practically swung one-handed to reach a low pitch from Campillo, the ball soaring toward left field and barely clearing the wall to give the Marlins a 4-3 lead. Campillo had his worst showing of a surprisingly effective season, lasting only four innings. He surrendered six hits and four runs -- one more than he had given up all season. He walked one and recorded three strikeouts, not factoring in the decision.
Campillo can't shake blisters
(5/29/2008) The best hitter in the big leagues has a new description for Jorge Campillo's deceptive pitches. "He's throwing the invis-a-ball up there," Chipper Jones said. The only thing stopping the reliever-turned-starter now is painful blisters. Campillo had his first career hit to score two to lift the Atlanta Braves to an 8-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. "Hitting is pretty good, but the way that I pitched feels better," Campillo said. That is, until a blister flared up. Campillo (2-0) left after six strikeouts over five innings when the callus on his right middle finger reopened, and said he'll need to work hard to make his next start. "We hope he's going to make his next start," Braves manager Bobby Cox said. "If he can give us five like that every time, that's good enough. What a fantastic story Campy is."
Campillo starts, picks up victory
(5/29/2008)Jorge Campillo (2-0) got his first RBI in his fourth career start Thursday after notching his first win against the Mets on May 20. The 29-year-old righty who relies on a deceptive changeup struck out six and ran his scoreless innings streak as a starter to 14 before allowing a solo homer in the fifth to Russell Branyan. The homer to Branyan caused Campillo's ERA to rise to 0.99 in 36 1/3 innings this season over 16 appearances. He hasn't allowed a walk since May 8.
Campillo expected to make start
(5/28/2008) According to The Sports Xchange notes: No one can explain why it is happening, but LHP Jo-Jo Reyes, RHP Jorge Campillo and RHP Jair Jurrjens all have blisters. All three are nevertheless expected to make their next scheduled starts on this six-game road trip: Reyes (left index finger) on Wednesday against Brewers RHP Jeff Suppan; Campillo (two on right middle finger, one on right index finger) Thursday against Brewers RHP Seth McClung; Jurrjens (right thumb) Saturday against Reds RHP Matt Belisle.
Campillo still a question mark
(5/26/2008) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Braves manager Bobby Cox said it's too early to know if Jorge Campillo's finger blisters will keep him from his next scheduled start Thursday at Milwaukee. If Campillo isn't ready, Cox said Triple-A Richmond prospect Charlie Morton and RP Jeff Bennett are options.
(5/24/2008) Braves P Jorge Campillo, making his second straight start Saturday against the Diamondbacks, allowed two hits and no walks in four scoreless innings, striking out three. He left after 59 pitches because of two blisters on his right middle finger and a third one that's developing on his index finger. A converted reliever, Campillo has pitched 10 consecutive scoreless innings with no walks, 10 strikeouts and five hits allowed. "With four or five days off, I'll be fine," Campillo said. "My arm feels fine." Atlanta manager Bobby Cox sounded less confident. "His blisters went down to the meat (of his middle finger)," Cox said.
Campillo set to start Saturday
(5/22/2008) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that manager Bobby Cox plans to start Jorge Campillo on three days' rest Saturday against Arizona. He lowered his ERA to 0.99 after throwing six innings of three-hit ball against the Mets Tuesday. "It was unbelievable," Cox said of Campillo's performance.
Campillo nets first career win
(5/21/2008)Tom Glavine overcame a shaky first inning. Jorge Campillo pushed aside all those bad memories from his first big league start. The result: a sweep for the Atlanta Braves. Glavine pitched six strong innings against his former team, retiring his last 17 hitters, to lead the Braves past the New York Mets 6-1 in the opener of a doubleheader Tuesday. Then it was Campillo's turn, and he was even better than his future Hall of Famer teammate -- six scoreless innings for his first major league win, a 6-2 triumph in the nightcap. Campillo allowed three hits, struck out seven and didn't walk anyone. He threw 78 pitches in by far his longest appearance of the season, 54 for strikes.
Braves' Campillo prepares to start
(5:39 pm ET)Jorge Campillo had too much time to reflect on his first major league start. Way too much. Campillo made one start for Seattle in 2005 and got only four outs before leaving with an injured right elbow that led to season-ending Tommy John surgery. Campillo made brief relief appearances for Seattle in 2006 and 2007. He signed with the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent in December. Now comes another opportunity for the 30-year-old Campillo. He will start the second game of the Braves' day-night doubleheader Tuesday against the Mets. "He's got a great curveball and a great changeup and he can zip his fastball in there a little bit," manager Bobby Cox said. "He's earned it." Campillo hasn't worked longer than three innings or thrown more than 42 pitches for Atlanta, so he won't be thinking about a complete game against the Mets. "Maybe I can throw 75 or 80 pitches, maybe more," Campillo said. "I feel good. I feel ready."
Campillo has no-hitter, 'pen style
(4/18/2008) Braves RP Jorge Campillo has a no-hitter going this season, with five hitless innings in two relief appearances.
(10/25/2007) The Seattle Mariners activated relievers Chris Reitsma and Arthur Rhodes from the 60-day disabled list on Wednesday. To make room for the veterans, Seattle sent right-hander Jorge Campillo and infielder Nick Green to Triple-A Tacoma.
Campillo takes liner off arm
(9/26/2007) Mariners right-hander Jorge Campillo left the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader with the Cleveland Indians in the sixth inning after getting hit in the right arm by a line drive from Casey Blake. With the bases loaded and no outs, Blake lined Campillo's pitch back to the mound. The ball ricocheted off Campillo's lower forearm over to third baseman Mike Morse, who threw out Blake. Victor Martinez scored on the play to give Cleveland a 10-2 lead.
Campillo begins suspension
(9/22/2007) Seattle reliever Jorge Campillo began serving a four-game suspension for throwing at Vladimir Guerrero twice and being ejected in the Angels' 9-5 victory over the Mariners a night earlier.
Campillo handed four-game suspension
(9/21/2007) Mariners RP Jorge Campillo was suspended for four games by Major League Baseball on Friday, a day after he threw at Vladimir Guerrero and was ejected. Seattle manager John McLaren was also ejected and received a one-game suspension because both benches had previously been warned. He will sit out Friday night's game against Los Angeles. Campillo was not expected to appeal, in which case he also would begin his suspension immediately.
Campillo touches off near-brawl
(9/21/2007) Mariners reliever Jorge Campillo threw a pitch behind the head of Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero on Thursday night, prompting both benches and dugouts to clear out onto the field in the sixth inning.
M's need new No. 5 starter
(9/16/2007) The Mariners decided to pull Horacio Ramirez from the starting rotation Sunday, just one day after he lasted only four batters in a 6-2 loss to Tampa Bay. "Maybe he needs to take a step back and take a deep breath," Seattle manager John McLaren said before Sunday's game against the Devil Rays. "The Yankees did it with (Mike) Mussina and we're doing it with him. We'll let somebody else start for one game." Ramirez gave up two singles, a walk and a run-scoring single before McLaren removed him. Ryan Feierabend and Jorge Campillo are among the candidates to replace Ramirez in the rotation.
Campillo solid in relief Tuesday
(9/12/2007) Jorge Campillo pitched three shutout innings of relief Tuesday.
M's recall RP Campillo
(9/7/2007) The Seattle Mariners recalled RP Jorge Campillo from Triple-A Tacoma on Friday. Campillo, 29, had spent his professional career in the Mexican League before this season.
Campillo sent down by M's
(3/28/2007) The Mariners reassigned RHP Jorge Campillo to minor-league camp.
Mariners hand out spring invites
(2/1/2007) The Mariners signed C Luis Oliveros, RHP Jesse Foppert, RHP Jorge Campillo, RHP Juan Sandoval, RHP Renee Cortez, RHP Aaron Small, RHP Carlos Alvarado and RHP Justin Lehr to minor league contracts and invited them to spring training. Also, they invited non-roster C Jeff Clement, C Rob Johnson, OF Rayon Lampe, RHP Brandon Morrow and 3B Matt Tuiasosopo to spring training.
M's release RH RP Campillo
(12/2/2006) The Mariners released RHP Jorge Campillo. He had been designated for assignment.
Campillo designated by Mariners
(11/26/2006) The Mariners designated RHP Jorge Campillo for assignment and sent RHP Travis Chick outright to Triple-A Tacoma.
Campillo's T.J. comeback complete
(9/25/2006) Seattle called up right-hander Jorge Campillo from Triple-A Tacoma to take Cha Seung Baek's (triceps) roster spot. Campillo was available for Monday night's series opener against Oakland. Baek was expected to throw Monday night, instead Cesar Jimenez made his first major-league start. Campillo had Tommy John ligament replacement surgery Sept. 23, 2005. He completed a rehabilitation assignment with the Mariners' rookie league team in Arizona in August and pitched at both Class A Inland Empire and Class AA San Antonio. Campillo was 2-0 with a 2.53 ERA in two starts at San Antonio.
Campillo outrighted to Triple-A
(10/14/2005) The Mariners activated RHP Jorge Campillo from the 60-day DL and sent him outright to Tacoma of the PCL.
Campillo transferred to 60-day DL
(9/5/2005) The Mariners transferred Jorge Campillo (elbow surgery) from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list on Sunday.
Campillo has surgery Tuesday
(8/29/2005) The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that Jorge Campillo had the first of what could be two or three surgeries on his right elbow Tuesday. Dr. Lewis Yocum, the Angels' team orthopedist, performed arthroscopic surgery on Campillo's right elbow, removing an object and cleaning up around the elbow.
Campillo has Tommy John surgery
(8/14/2005) Jorge Campillo is out for this season and next after having Tommy John elbow surgery.
(8/3/2005) The Mariners placed right-handed pitcher Jorge Campillo on the 15-day DL on Wednesday because of a strained right elbow. He made his first major-league start Tuesday night against Detroit, but left after one inning with pain in his elbow. It was just his second appearance this season with Seattle. Campillo threw one inning of relief May 21 against San Diego. With Triple-A Tacoma, Campillo was 4-1 record with a 2.71 ERA in 12 games.
Campillo injured in Tuesday's start
(8/2/2005) Jorge Campillo got his first start on Tuesday night at Detroit, but he left the game after only one inning due to a strained right elbow.
Campillo joins Mariners rotation
(8/1/2005) The M's have recalled right-handed pitcher Jorge Campillo from Triple-A Tacoma and pitcher Aaron Sele was released. Campillo is scheduled to start for Seattle on Tuesday in Detroit. Campillo, 26, has spent most of the season pitching with the Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers. Campillo was on the DL with a right forearm strain from June 14-July 26. He made four rehab starts with Class A Peoria, tossing 11 innings, allowing seven earned runs on 10 hits, striking out 10 and walking two. In his past start with Tacoma on July 27, he tossed six shutout innings, allowing two hits while striking out five and walking two.
Campillo optioned to minors
(5/23/2005) The Mariners optioned Jorge Campillo to Triple-A Tacoma after Sunday's game against the Padres.
Campillo pitches Friday
(5/21/2005) Seattle RHP Jorge Campillo made his major league debut, working the ninth against San Diego Friday.
M's call up Jorge Campillo
(5/17/2005) The Mariners recalled Campillo from Triple-A Tacoma Monday.
Mexican Campillo optioned to minors
(3/24/2005) RHP Jorge Campillo, picked up from the Mexican League as a potential starter, worked five innings Wednesday. He allowed one run on three hits with a strikeout and a wild pitch. He also was called for a balk. After leaving the game, Campillo was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma.