I don't like how Baldelli slipped in the second half, which tells me the pitchers adjusted to him. With Crawford, even though he's undisciplined as well, did make the adjustment to what the pitchers were throwing him and had a very nice second half. I really don't see anything more from Baldelli than a .260 hitter, but Crawford uses his speed better and can annually hit .300. Baldelli will hit more homers but not nearly as many stolen bases. I think Crawford is the clear choice, but that is just my humble and meek opinion.