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Carl Crawford's injury was a minor concern for the Red Sox coming out of spring training, as the All-Star left fielder was expected to return to the team soon enough. After Thursday's update on Crawford's injury, indicating the outfielder could be out for up to three months, there's a considerable amount more pressure on the Red Sox outfield to perform. Rookie Lars Anderson made his major-league debut in left field in Chicago on Thursday. He and Cody Ross will be relied upon greatly to help fill the void in Crawford's absence. Check out the video above to get Peter Abraham's...
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