Campbell signed a minor-league contract with Oakland on Monday, which includes an invitation to spring training. Campbell hasn't appeared in the big leagues since the 2016 season with the Mets, though he struggled to a .173 average with nine RBI and a stolen base over 40 contests. He'll have a chance to win a spot on Oakland's 25-man roster after receiving an invite to big-league camp.
Campbell signed a minor-league contract with the Athletics, which includes an invitation to spring training, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Campbell spent the entire 2018 season with Triple-A New Orleans, slashing .313/.420/.445 with six homers and eight stolen bases in 95 games. The 31-year-old owns a career .221/.312/.311 slash line across parts of three major-league seasons and figures to serve as organizational depth.
Campbell agreed to a minor-league deal with Miami on Tuesday, Jacob Resnick of Metsmerized Online reports. Campbell spent the past season overseas playing with the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League following a few years in the Mets organization. From 2014-16, he appeared in 196 major-league games, but struggled mightily at the plate in recent seasons, hitting just .173 with one home run and nine RBI during 40 contests in 2016. Although the 30-year-old will likely begin the season at the Triple-A level, he will provide a little extra depth for the Marlins and could earn some big-league at-bats this summer.
Campbell agreed to a contract earlier this month with the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League, ESPN.com's Adam Rubin reports. After being outrighted off the Mets' 40-man roster on Nov. 2, Campbell likely would have struggled to land anything more than a minor-league deal in free agency had he elected to stay stateside, so he'll head to Japan for what's presumably a greater payday. Campbell demonstrated some nice positional versatility during parts of three seasons with the Mets, but his career .221/.312/.311 batting line over 505 plate appearances prevented him from ever becoming a major contributor at the big-league level.
Campbell was outrighted off the 40-man roster Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Rubin reports. He hit .173 with one home run in 75 at-bats with the Mets, and there were simply better utility infield options in the organization that he no longer warranted a 40-man roster spot. Look for him to continue to serve as organizational corner infield depth.