Brandon Crawford San Francisco Giants

Age: 35 (January 21, 1987) | 6' 1" | 223lbs. | Bats: Left SS-135 PH-8
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
SF NL 2018 151 531 63 135 50 122 28 2 14 54 4 5 .254 .325 .394 8 21 .302 44/25/31 13 14
SF NL 2019 147 500 58 114 53 117 24 2 11 59 3 2 .228 .304 .350 9 21 .274 48/23/28 6 7
SF NL 2020 54 172 26 44 15 47 12 0 8 28 1 2 .256 .326 .465 8 24 .303 42/23/35 17 17
SF NL 2021 138 483 79 144 56 105 30 3 24 90 11 3 .298 .373 .522 10 19 .334 40/19/41 32 29
SF NL 2022 63 214 26 48 21 50 8 2 5 30 1 1 .224 .313 .350 9 21 .269 46/15/39 4 4
Career 12yrs 1506 5099 614 1291 490 1139 272 43 135 684 44 34 .253 .322 .403 9 20 .298 n/a
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Alex Patton Alex
Dec 15 '12
I have to admit I have a hard time understanding how a guy with those numbers, including 1 SB in 5 attempts, has a positive oWAR.

But 45 RBI. Wow. FWIW, that's 10 more than Zach Cozart had. Wonder who would have made that bet last spring?
Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Nov 25 '12
World Champion shortstop.
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Nov 25 '12
I thought Rotoman and I had a debate about this guy last spring. I guess we did not.

Mike Gianella MikeG
Nov 24 '12
Strikeout rate is three and a half times higher than on his first trip through the league last year, with a .007 increase in power and fewer walks. And he's on a 40 error pace. So far it isn't working.
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
May 25 '12
Brandon makes some spectacularly difficult plays but seems to drop the ball at the most inopportune times. Not sure how long the Giants can continue to trot him out there.
E Park yoda
May 25 '12
Just noticed this while looking at free agents in one of my leagues:

In the last seven days, he has 31 AB with 14 SO. Ouch.
Shawn Douglas ShawnD
May 25 '12
Two more errors so far today, giving him 6 on the season. He's in there for his defense, so unless he improves with the glove, Theriot could steal some AB's from him.
Keith Cromer Slyke
May 3 '12
The three guys I came back from Arizona with were Arenado, Oscar Taveras and Crawford. These are guys who got onto my radar because of the way they played. I'm still waiting for Thomas Neal, based on the same powerful sense of observation, but we've got time.
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Mar 11 '12
If you are a real baseball fan, not a roto-geek, there is a lot to be excited about with Crawford. He's an above average defender, walks a little bit, doesn't strike out too much and is all around fundamentally sound.
Because we are roto-geeks, we have to look at the abysmal BA, pathetic power output and alarming lack of base stealing ability. Add to that the possibility of The Riot stealing PT and you are left with a guy who will likely rot in the Free agent pool for most of the summer.
GEOFF CRESAP SydThrift
Mar 11 '12