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goal of improvement. M can'i really fill
Walt s shoes, and I'm kind of happy
no one's put that kind of pressure on
me." he said back in October. "I'm just
learning my role here. It's a little
different. The speed and selection of the
pitches is harder, and there's a sharper
break on the curveball. I'm just adjust
ing to it. 1 can improve in everything,
especially my hitting. "
The hard work paid off. According
to Roberts, shortstop was up for grabs
when the fall season began, and it was
Campbell who took it. "Darin made the
most progress. He just had an excellent
fall," Roberts said. "He has an outstand
ing attitude, a real desire to be above
average. We're very proud of the
shortstop tradition here, and we think
in Darin we have someone with ability
levels in the same realm as Chris
(Pittaro) and Walt."
Too often, words like desire, hard
work and great attitude are bandied
about to disguise a lack of ability or
to pretend that a player adds to a team
in emotion what he takes away in terms
of producing runs. With Campbell, such
is not the case. He combines tremend
ous skill with tremendous desire, and
his coach can but smile at the results.
It's said that great players can do five
things: hit, hit for power, run, throw
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and field. Campbell has already proven
that he can hit and run exceptionally
well, and he has quelled any doubts
about his arm with his powerful throws
from deep in the hole. As for power
hitting, Roberts thinks that will be along
soon enough. "Once he learns to get
the bat through and pull the ball," the
coi.ch said, "he will hit for power. He
has that potential."
That leaves fielding, the one part of
his game which has been less than
excellent for Campbell this spring. To
tell the truth, his glove has been
atrocious at times, and he's had 16
errors through his first 26 games. Of
course, with his quickness Campbell
gets to balls others wouldn't reach, and
his arm lets him make throws when
other shortstops would have to eat the
ball. Still, the miscues gnaw at him.
"1 feel I'm playing well, but I'm still
making too many errors," Campbell
said. "It's funny, because the throwing's
been fine but my fielding has been bad.
It's definitely just a matter of
Given everything else he's done so far,
it similarly seems just a matter of time
before Campbell's fielding gets in tune
with the rest of his game. And once
that happens, can it be long before his
middle name becomes "consensus Ail
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Reaction to the decision was less than
enthusiastic, though. Digger Phelps,
head coach at Notre Dame, expressed
surprise at the new rule and questioned
the need for more changes in the game.
"It would be nice, one of these years,
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In a decision springing from the
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Kansas-Michigan State game, the
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