Paxton Crawford

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Paxton Keith Crawford

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Paxton Crawford pitched 15 games with the Boston Red Sox over a two year stretch, recording a 5-1, 4.15 mark in 65 innings. His big league career was abruptly ended by a stress fracture in his lower back, never able to return from the minors thereafter. In June 2006, he admitted to Amy K. Nelson of ESPN The Magazine that he had used steroids, human growth hormone and amphetamines during his playing days. He also claimed drug use on the Sox was open among his teammates and that he had once been laughed at for spilling needles near his locker. In 2007, he was a part of the Mitchell Report.

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