Crawford and Isotopes fall short

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford put in six innings of rehab work with the Albuquerque Isotopes Tuesday and what was more than likely his last game with the club.

Crawford was two for two and also scored a run but, it was not enough to keep the Isotopes from a 4 to 3 loss to the El Paso Chihuahuas.

During his stay in Albuquerque, Crawford was 5 of 11 with three triples. He said his ankle feels great and he is ready to return to the Dodgers.

“You know I am actually really eager to get back, said Crawford. “You know I was too excited the first game back here. I just want to be back in that environment around guys around fans and just playing baseball again.” Crawford said.

He has been working his way back since the month of May.

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