Crawford sets Dodgers' record with 11-game postseason hitting streak
Carl Crawford put his name in the Los Angeles Dodgers' record books Friday:
Crawford went 2-for-4 in Game 1 of the National League Division Series versus the St. Louis Cardinals, driving in a run with a third inning ground-rule double. The Cardinals would prevail 10-9, in a very entertaining opening game.
Crawford had six hits in four games against the Atlanta Braves in the 2013 NLDS, and added seven hits in six games as the Dodgers fell to the Cardinals in last year's NLCS.
Crawford hit .300/.339/.429 in 105 games during the season, with eight home runs, 46 RBI, and 23 stolen bases.
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