Crawford could land anywhere from 1st to 3rd depending upon his health and spot in the order. Bobby V is really pushing the stolen bases for the Sox this spring, so I wouldn't be surprised to see a healthy Crawford steal 40+ bases. And if he hits 9th, he will be an outstanding source of runs with Ellsbury and Dustin hitting behind him. If Crawford proves he can hit early on, he may also end up hitting first or second in the order this year. Bobby V wants to bat a lefty second, so he is trying out Dustin 1st and Ellsbury 2nd. Wouldn't be surprised to see a Crawford-Ellsbury-Dustin-Gonzo-Ortiz-Youkilis string at some point, especially if Ellsbury's power holds up.