July 7, 2012

Sox outfielder Crawford suffers minor setback during rehab

The Associated Press

BOSTON — Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford's rehabilitation assignment has been put on hold because of a mild groin strain.

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Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford takes batting practice at Hadlock Field in Portland as he practices with the Portland Sea Dogs Monday, July 2, 2012. Crawford's rehab has been temporarily put on hold after suffering a groin strain in Portland.

Shawn Patrick Ouellette / Staff Photographer

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Boston manager Bobby Valentine said Saturday that Crawford felt something when he was rounding second on a triple Thursday for Double-A Portland.

Crawford has missed the entire season while recovering from an injured left wrist.


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