Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford is no stranger to Fenway Park as he's used to playing there at least nine times each season as a member of the Tampa Bay Rays.
The new Boston left-fielder got his first look at Fenway as a member of the Red Sox, though, on Saturday morning, and it's safe to assume he's going to like it more and more everyday.
That's because Crawford's dynamic style of play should fit in very well at Fenway Park in the 2011 season and for the entirety of his seven-year contract. Hall of Famer Peter Gammons caught up with Crawford following the new outfielder's introductory news conference and talked to him about how his game should benefit from playing at Fenway.
Check out the interview above.