Catcher | PEI Argonauts
He has a very quick bat and can adjust to a pitch's movement as well as any hitter in the game. He's still a singles hitter at heart, and knows how to shorten up and protect the plate with two strikes. Crawford was a line-drive hitter when he first came up, but over the last few years has become more of a true home-run hitter, lofting more high flyballs. The statistics don't lie: Crawford gets most of his home runs against lefties. Crawford uses the entire field and typically produces a couple of hitting streaks of 10 or more games during a season.
Baserunning & Defense
His defense is solid but unspectacular. Runners take advantage of his weak arm. No longer much of a threat to steal, he's smart enough to make pitchers pay if they ignore him.
-- Moostard Nyman