On the opposite end of the spectrum from Gonzalez is Crawford, who had a dismal season at the plate in the first season of a $142 million deal in Boston.
Crawford's numbers were down across the board, with his .255 average and 18 steals the most glaring offenders. Brought in to be a leadoff or No. 2 hitter, Crawford was in the No. 7 hole for most of the year. Brought in to be a sure-thing in the field, Crawford misplayed the game-winning single by Baltimore's Robert Andino Wednesday night. Whatever the Red Sox thought they were getting, this wasn't it.