Crawford made a pair of eye-popping plays from deep short to record outs in the first inning. The second play, which forced Crawford to double-clutch the ball, might have exacerbated his injuries, Bochy said. Ehire Adrianza replaced Crawford in the fourth inning.
Crawford, a 2015 All-Star, missed five games with an injured left oblique from Aug. 26-30, then was sidelined for three more games from Sept. 1-3 after he was struck in the calf by a pitch from Dodgers reliever Chris Hatcher on Aug. 31.
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