Archibald Stewart Campbell
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut April 21, 1928
- Final Game July 24, 1930
- Born October 20, 1903 in Maplewood, NJ USA
- Died December 22, 1989 in Sparks, NV USA
Archie "Iron Man" Campbell pitched 13 games as a rookie for the World Series champion New York Yankees in 1928. He also pitched for the Washington Senators in 1929 and the Cincinnati Reds in 1930. In 40 big league games, he went 2-6, 5.86 with 5 saves.
Iron Man started his minor league career as a Wichita moundsman, out on the line with the Izzies and Larks squads, then coming to the American Association for parts of four years while he was also in the majors. He continued in the minors for six years after his big league dalliance, dealing in the Pacific Coast League. In 1927, he went 19-6 for Wichita, in 1929 he went 15-3 for the St. Paul Saints, and in 1933 he went 22-15 for the Hollywood Stars.