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Carl Crawford AFL Hall of Fame Induction


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Carl Crawford Hall of Fame Induction

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford will be inducted into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame during pre-game ceremonies on Tuesday, November 4th at Salt River Fields. The induction will begin at 6:00 p.m. at the home plate area prior to the scheduled game between Mesa Solar Sox and Salt River Rafters at 6:35 p.m. (Top prospects from the Marlins, D-Backs, Twins, Angels, Cubs, Nationals and other organizations will be featured during the game that evening).

During the ceremonies, Carl will receive a special gift from the Dodgers organization, a Cooperstown-style bronze plaque and have his AFL number officially retired as a former member of the 2001 Maryvale Saguaros. Carl will have the opportunity to say a few words of encouragement to the current AFL players and address the fans by reflecting briefly on his past AFL experience.

As one of baseball’s top catalysts since his rookie season of 2002, Crawford is a four-time all-star (2004, ’07, ’09- 10) and the 2009 All-Star Game MVP. He also won Silver Slugger and Gold Glove awards in 2010. He is the youngest player in major-league history to reach 100 career home runs, 100 triples and 400 stolen bases. He is the fourth modern-era (since 1900) player with 1,500 hits and 400 stolen bases before turning 30 years of age. He entered 2014 as the leader among active players with 117 triples and ranked third with 447 stolen bases. He has appeared in 31 postseason games.

Tickets will be available at the Salt River Fields box office beginning one hour before game time.
Tickets are $8.00 for adults; $ 6.00 for senior citizens and youth (17 and under). For additional information, call 480-990-1005.