Even the best players have down years and this is likely Crawford's. He just can't seem to avoid extended slumps where he can't buy himself a hit with all of Arod's money. Even so, he's likely to finish with something like 290-12-90-85-45 which is pretty good for a "down" year, and there's always a chance he puts together a torrid week or two to get the numbers up closer to where he should be.
Overall, this seems to be a year where many established studs are having down years (Crawford, Ortiz, Hafner, Pujols, etc.) while comeback studs (Sheff, Ordonez) and newer faces (Holliday, Hanley, Prince, etc.) are tearing it up.
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