The former Rays outfielder came to town with experience hitting in multiple positions in the lineup. Many in New England were wondering just where the speedster would fit in with this already potent offense.
Now, a week into the regular season, manager Terry Francona has bounced the newcomer around to four different slots in seven games. Is it possible that Crawford is too versatile?
On Friday, the team first experimented batting him at the leadoff spot. The longtime No. 2 hitter has also spent time at the No. 3 and No. 7 spots since the season began on April 1. Where do you think the best spot for him is?