Wounded Worrier

What are we going to do with Crawford
(Stan Grossfeld / Boston Globe Staff)

This Just In: Crawford Can't Take a Little Criticism,
May Not Be Cut Out for Boston

John Tomase: Crawford Under Scrutiny
His Mood Swings, While He Just Swings and Misses
Tonight in Texas: Even Erik Bedard is Batting Ahead of Crawford
Hopefully Theo Has Fired His Private Investigators By Now
Boston 6, America's Farm Team 1 | Carl Smashes HR No. 8

"When he then gets criticized or questioned, he comes across as wounded, his tone suggesting, Canít you see how hard Iím working? I care more than any of you. Why isnít that enough?" -- The Herald's John Tomase on Carl Crawford

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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