Brandon Crawford

San Francisco Giants #35 - Short Stop

  • Born: 01/21/87
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 215
  • Bats/Throws: L/R
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2014 Giants 15 48 6 14 5 1 1 8 7 14 1 0 .292 .379 .500

URLgenio Velez, gullible Jeff Francoeur Edition!

Frenchy is literally the greatest person in the world. LITERALLY.

Brandon Crawford doubles thanks to seagulls

It was a routine fly ball until the seagulls showed up.

Puig gets X-ray of sore thumb

An ill-advised head-first slide into first base made Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig jam his thumb, which was sore after the game and required an X-ray.

URLgenio Velez, SERGIO ROMO THE BEST...EDITION

Were YOU aware of water? Not a lot of people are.

Homer Bailey throws second no-hitter

Homer Bailey no-hit the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday after accomplishing the same feat against the Pittsburgh Pirates last September.

MLB All-Star Game 2013 voting: NL SS

Look up Brandon Crawford's numbers before you get outraged, though.

Prospect Retrospective: Brandon Crawford, Giants

Scouts worried that Brandon Crawford wouldn't hit enough to be a regular shortstop, but he's steadily improved.

Minor League Ball Gameday, June 20

Rob Neyer interviews baseball legend Roland Hemond; Garin Cecchini promoted to Double-A; Luis Mateo goes under the knife

SaberSphere 06/05: Variability, Brown & Biogenesis

Which hitting style is the most consistent over multiple seasons? Should a former top prospect consider a new plate approach similar to Domonic Brown's successful aggression? Biogenesis returns. All this and more in Wednesday's SaberSphere!

Giants Grind Their Way to Sweep of Diamondbacks

Consecutive come from behind wins for the Giants against a division rival after suffering a sweep at the hands of another division rival provides a positive vibe for team and fans heading into an...

Safe at (wired) home, couch shuts out ballpark

The ballpark experience now pales in comparison to home viewing for the high-volume baseball consumer.

Astros beat Yankees, and other single-game upsets

The thing about baseball is anyone can win on any day, and there are a whole lot of days.

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