Crawford would go to four All-Star games with Tampa, and in 2010, he was named both a Silver Slugger and Gold Glove winner. That season he was seventh in MVP voting.
Crawford would sign with the Boston Red Sox as a Free Agent for the 2011 Season, but he was unable to maintain his offensive production, and the city of Boston turned on him quickly. Injuries and depression took their toll, and he was never the same player again.While Carl Crawford will never make a top 50 rank for Boston, or the Los Angeles Dodgers (where he played his final four seasons) but this high rank with the Rays is well earned. As of this writing, he is the all-time franchise leader in Hits (1,480), Triples (105) and Stolen Bases (409).