"That wall don't give," Crawford said.
Crawford was speaking from refreshed memory, having run into the left-field wall in foul territory on Thursday night at
After making the catch, he crashed into the wall pretty hard. He got up, bent over, shook his right arm and then remained in the game, playing all nine innings.
"I feel like I ran into a truck or something," Crawford said afterward.
"Pretty much my whole body," he said. "I mean, something like that it's not just one spot. You run into a wall, so you're pretty much going to have aches and pains all over."
Crawford, who is hitting .311 and leads the team with 12 runs scored, did his part to start the
"It's always good to strike quick," he said. "I thought we had some momentum going, we just kind of didn't keep it going, so it was frustrating at the end."