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Report: Rays interested in bringing back Carl Crawford

The Tampa Bay Rays are reportedly open to turning back the clock. According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays would at least be willing to discuss bringing back former outfielder Carl Crawford if he were interested in joining the team. Crawford was recently released by the Dodgers and is available for a league minimum salary. He was hitting just .185 in 2016, and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Dodgers Release Carl Crawford Despite Plans for Designated Assignment

It was announced on June 5th that the Los Angeles Dodgers were designating former All-Star outfielder Carl Crawford on assignment. Crawford has played four seasons with the Dodgers, and still has $35 million on his contract through 2017. However, there’s no denying that Crawford’s skills have diminished noticeably over the past few seasons. It therefore comes as no surprise that...
Via The Sports Journal
June 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Carl Crawford, Bad Dodgers Outfielder, Designated For Assignment

Oh how the mighty have fallen. Carl Crawford was designated for assignment Sunday by the Los Angeles Dodgers. The four-time All-Star is hitting .240 since the beginning of the 2015 season and is batting just .185 through 30 games in 2016. The 34-year-old signed a seven-year, $142 million contract with the Boston Red Sox before the 2011 season after having arguably the best season...
Via NESN.com
June 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Carl Crawford designated for assignment by Dodgers

Here’s some rather stunning news around the world of Major League Baseball. Proving that they can throw money down the toilet at a record clip and not even blink an eye, the Los Angeles Dodgers have designated veteran outfielder Carl Crawford for assignment. The Dodgers today recalled C/IF Austin Barnes from Triple-A Oklahoma City and designated OF Carl Crawford for assignment...
Via Sportsnaut
June 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Necessary Moves: Carl Crawford, Los Angeles Dodgers

Over the next 30 days, I’ll look at 30 players—one from each team—that I believe should be traded, but more along the lines of a “what if” scenario. Some will seem obvious, just as others will seem nonsensical. Some may also seem desperate, but it’s important to understand that this list is entirely subjective and made up solely of notable names. A player can be deemed...
Via The Sports Post
December 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Carl Crawford could be ‘X-Factor’ for Dodgers in NLDS

Heading into a rematch of last year’s National League Championship Series, there are plenty of storylines and important players. But, the proverbial “X-Factor” for the Dodgers in this series is none other than Carl Crawford. Crawford is coming off his best season (119, according to wRC+) since his final year in Tampa Bay (2010, 134 wRC+). He’s also coming off an incredibly...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Carl Crawford’s Excuse-Making About Time With Red Sox Getting Pretty Old

Here’s a word of advice for Carl Crawford: Just let it go, man. We begged you last summer to move on, focus on life in Los Angeles and forget about your time in Boston. Yet, here you are, once again complaining about how bad it was to be a member of the Red Sox. The irony here is that no one talks about Carl Crawford in Boston until Crawford starts talking about Boston. In his...
Via NESN.com
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Seriously, does anyone NOT expect Carl Crawford to end up with the Yankees?

Over the weekend, the Los Angeles Mattinglys activated Carl "The Perfect Storm" Crawford from the DL, where he's been parked since late May. He's now riding the pines. He's going to sit until someone gets hurt, or retirement, or doomsday, or whichever comes first.The Dodgers are paying him $20 million per. This is Year IV of a seven-year deal, originally cobbled together by the Redsock...

Carl Crawford’s Rehab Progressing Well

Carl Crawford hadn’t done much in his first two rehab games in Albuquerque, striking out twice with a single in five plate appearances, and that’s not a big deal. Yeah, it’s about Crawford getting his timing down after missing well over a month since his ankle injury, but it’s mostly about showing that the ankle is healthy. So far tonight against El Paso, he’s doing just...
Via Dodgers Digest
July 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Rockies @ Dodgers June 17, 2014: Carl Crawford Is Probably Gone For Awhile

As the Dodgers prepared for the second game of their series against the Rockies, they passed on some bad news. Carl Crawford‘s sprained ankle might be worse than the team initially suggested. Given their track record on injuries, is it really a surprise? J.P. Hoornstra reported that Carl Crawford left his rehab at Camelback Ranch and flew to Los Angeles to visit Dr. Neal ElAttrache...
Via Dodgers Digest
June 17, 2014  |  Discuss
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