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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The final 2013 bid limits that were posted for this player:
PK 5x5: $4 MF 5x5: $5 AP 4x4: $3
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 15 '13
Gravity takes its toll ...

Since June 2 - .198/.253/.220 over 99 plate appearances.
Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Jul 8 '13
Unlike Keppinger and Belt, Crawford's excellent spring training carried right into the regular season.

In 64 AB this spring: .375/.423/.609.

After 75 regular season AB: .320/.393/.573.

Virtually identical K/W: 12/6 this spring, 14/7 now.
Alex Patton Alex
Apr 25 '13
I think he's pretty much a lock for double-figure homers. Though I do think his BA will be around .250. He'll play 140 or so games at least, so that should earn between $5 and $10. Selling high isn't a terrible idea if you got him cheap, but keeping him (without unreasonable expectations) might be the best plan.
mike fenger mike
Apr 22 '13
I'm a Brandon Crawford fan, owned him last year, and didn't mean to diss him this year. He's not a great hitter and the current results are misleading, but his excellent dee could make his bat more important than was expected.
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Apr 22 '13
Seems like no one saw this coming ... we'll see if it continues ... sure seems likely his Rs and RBIs will make him a double-digit earner ...

Just to record ... his slash line after 63 ABs = .317/.403/.524
Howard Lynch LynchMob
Apr 22 '13