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Paging Shawn Michaels to the white courtesy phone.
At least Crawford never resorted to some fabrication about being assaulted by nine marines!
(Bret Hart's bio is also riddled with Harlequin-quality boudoir scenes, but that's another matter entirely.)
Has anyone done a study on the general impact of a player switching teams, comparing players who switch with similar players who stayed on with their original teams? You would think that it would be benefical overall, since everyone is trying to maximize the utility of an acquisition.
I wish I had the stress of being filthy rich in Boston.
Green can't overcome Black.
but when you consider how bad a park Boston is for his skills,
Notable Carls in Red Sox history:
“I don’t think I smiled in two years,” the Dodgers outfielder tells USA TODAY Sports of his time on a troubled team in Boston.
So if your point is that Crawford was absolutely garbage in Boston (when he wasn't hurt), then point taken. If your point is that the Red Sox should have seen his implosion coming because he'd been that awful before, then I have to disagree. I was less than fully enthusiastic about his contract at the time, but it wasn't completely bonkers.
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