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Luis Campusano had a strong performance in Wednesday's game against the Dodgers, driving in three runs with two hits, including a home run.
This performance highlights his ability to contribute offensively, as he now has 24 RBI on the season. With a solid batting average of .298 and six home runs in 41 games played, Campusano has shown potential as a valuable fantasy option at the catcher position. While he has yet to steal a base this season, his ability to drive in runs and contribute in power categories makes him a player to watch moving forward.
Padres young backstop Luis Campusano had a big night at the plate despite losing to the Dodgers Monday.
Campusano's impressive outing adds to his solid season stats, which now include a .319 batting average, four home runs, and 13 RBIs in 20 games played. Despite the loss, Campusano continues to be a key contributor to the Padres' offense.
Padres catcher/designated hitter Luis Campusano is on the bench Monday versus the Rockies.
Campusano had a tough day at the plate on Sunday, going hitless with three punchouts in his four trips to the plate against the visiting Rangers. The youngster will hit the bench on Monday while he's hitting .276 with two homers across 61 plate appearances in the big leagues this season.
Luis Campusano went 4-for-5 with four RBI, including a home run, and scored three runs as the Padres cruised to a 14-3 win over the Tigers.
Campusano just returned from the injured list earlier this week for San Diego.
Luis Campusano (thumb) has been activated from the 60-day IL Tuesday.
Campusano has been out since April 14th due to needing thumb surgery. The Padres also optioned Austin Nola to Triple-A, so Campusano should slot in as the backup catcher behind Gary Sanchez for the immediate future.