Chris O'Meara/AP
February 15, 2017

Crawford, the Phillies’ shortstop of the future, is coming off a disappointing, injury-marred season; he batted only .244 with a .647 OPS after moving to Triple A. On the other hand, he just turned 22, and Baseball America still rates him as the 12th-best prospect in the game, down from No. 6 a year ago. A good camp by Crawford, and incumbent shortstop Freddy Galvis will be in trouble; his .274 on-base percentage last season was the lowest in the majors.

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