Through four starts (22 innings), Campos owned a 1.23 ERA to go along with 23 strikeouts and a 0.818 WHIP.
He had allowed just four runs on the season, three of which were earned.
Unfortunately for him, he allowed double that number of runs in just 2.2 innings of work in his most recent start.
Through those innings, Campos allowed eight runs on seven hits. He walked three men—he had five total walks prior—and struck out three.
Because of the bad outing, Campos' ERA jumped from 1.23 to 4.01.
The River Dogs were down 8-4 early, but strong offensive performances from Tyler Austin (two home runs, seven RBI), Cito Culver (single, double, triple, three RBI, three runs scored), Mason Williams (two singles, double, two RBI, three runs scored) and Dante Bichette Jr. (single, walk, RBI, two runs scored) kept the game close.