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Dodgers win, Kershaw's streak ends and Crawford sits
Dodgers win, Kershaw's streak ends and Crawford sits

Carl Crawford was on the disabled list for six weeks that felt like an eternity. When he was activated Thursday, he found himself waiting some more. Crawford wasn't in left field for the Dodgers' 2-1 victory over the San Diego Padres. He was on the bench. He was there when Clayton Kershaw served up the a sixth-inning solo home run that ended his scoreless streak at 41 innings. He was still there when Kershaw struck out Rene Rivera to finish his second complete game of the season. About the only time Crawford moved was to high-five Yasiel Puig and Hanley Ramirez, who scored the team's only runs. A four-time All-Star with about $70 million remaining on his contract, Crawford could have...

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