Paxton Keith Crawford
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 3", Weight: 205 lb.
Born: August 4, 1977 in Little Rock, AR
High School: Carlsbad HS (Carlsbad, NM)
Drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 9th round of the 1995 amateur draft.
Signed June 6, 1995.
Debut: July 1, 2000 (Age 22)
vs. CHW 5.1 IP, 4 H, 2 SO, 5 BB, 2 ER, L
Team: RedSox 2000-2001
Final Game: June 6, 2001 (Age 23)
About biographical information
Career Home Runs Allowed
Paxton Crawford: 3 Career Home Runs Allowed
0 leading off,
1 go ahead
|Gms w/ this # = 0 are not shown.
|Before event, for batter|
|2001 HRs||#car||#yr||#gm||Date||Batter||@Bat|| ||Score||Inn||Out||RoB||Pit(cnt)||R||BOP||Pos||bWPA||bWE||Notes||Play Description|
|1||1||1||1||2001-04-07||Steve Cox||TBD||@||BOS||behind 1-2||t 3||1||---||2,(1-0) ||1||2||7||11%||47%||Home Run (Fly Ball)|
|2||2||2||1||2001-04-24||Luis Rivas||MIN||@||BOS||tied 0-0||t 1||1||---||6,(3-2) ||1||2||4||9%||57%||Home Run (Fly Ball)|
|3||3||3||1||2001-05-11||Ramon Hernandez||OAK||@||BOS||ahead 2-0||t 2||2||---||3,(2-0) ||1||9||2||8%||74%||Home Run (Fly Ball)|
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