Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford will resume his rehab assignment in Triple-A beginning this week, according to a report from Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe.
Carl Crawford will start a rehab assignment on Thursday with AAA Pawtucket. #RedSox— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) July 11, 2012
Crawford, who has missed the entire Major League season due to an issue with the ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow, was supposed to start his Triple-A rehab assignment on Saturday, June 11. But he hit a setback, suffering a mild left groin strain that pushed back his trip to Pawtucket.
The 30-year old has played eight games during his rehab assignment so far, hitting .292 with zero home runs and one RBI. He was a disappointment last year during his first season with the Red Sox, batting .255 with 11 home run and 56 RBI.
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