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Kutter Crawford

Kutter Crawford

#50P,
W
3
L
7
ERA
3.59
K
95
BB
28
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/195 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Okeechobee, Florida
College: Florida Gulf Coast
Draft: 2017 16th round by the
  • masslive

    Why Red Sox' Alex Cora sending out Kutter Crawford in 7th was easy decision

    Manager Alex Cora described Kutter Crawford's start as “interesting.” Crawford himself described it as “an emotional roller coaster.” Crawford allowed a solo homer in each of the first three innings. For Cora, it was an easy decision to send Crawford back out for the seventh not only because the righty had retired 10 straight batters at that point and had thrown only 77 pitches.

  • BostonGlobe.com

    Game 72: Yankees at Red Sox lineups and notes

    The Red Sox can claim the first series against the Yankees of the season in Sunday night's finale at Fenway. Kutter Crawford is on the hill for Boston. The Red Sox would love for the righthander to pitch deep into the night having used five pitchers to close out New York on Saturday. Familiar foe Marcus Stroman, a longtime Toronto Blue Jay, has the ball for the visitors. He threw 5 ⅔ scoreless innings to beat the Royals on Tuesday. YANKEES (50-23): Volpe SS, Soto LF, Judge CF, Verdugo RF, Stanton DH, Rizzo 1B, Torres 2B, Trevino C, LeMahieu 3B Pitching: RHP Marcus Stroman (6-2, 2.82 ERA) RED SOX (36-35): Duran LF, Hamilton SS, Refsnyder RF, Devers 3B, Wong C, Yoshida DH, Valdez 2B, Smith 1B,

  • Associated Press

    Schwarber hits 2 homers, Wheeler picks up 8th straight win in Phillies' 4-1 victory over Red Sox

    Kyle Schwarber didn't need any extra time to get over the jet lag of flying to London and back. The Phillies' designated hitter hit the first pitch of the game 444 feet for a home run, then added another 400-footer in the fifth inning on Tuesday night to lead Philadelphia to a 4-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox. “I’m sure there will be some people who are a little bit tired, spacey, whatever it is," said Schwarber, back at Fenway Park for the first time since playing with the Red Sox on their 2021 AL Championship Series team.