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Trevor Crowe bats during game 4 of the 2007 Eastern League Championship Series.
|Cleveland Indians — No. 4|
|Born: November 17, 1983 |
|Bats: Switch||Throws: Right|
|April 9, 2009 for the Cleveland Indians|
(through 2009 season)
|Runs batted in||17|
Crowe, nicknamed "the Hearty Crowe," was drafted by Cleveland 14th overall in the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft out of the University of Arizona. He was originally drafted out of Westview High School but not signed by the Oakland Athletics in the 20th round of the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft. Crowe was named to the 2006 Carolina League All-Star game, but was unable to participate due to injury. Another Oregonian and Crowe's 2005 Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year, Jacoby Ellsbury was named his replacement. He started the 2007 season as the Akron Aeros' starting center fielder. After an unsuccessful experiment at second base beginning in late August 2006, Crowe was moved permanently back to the outfield, rotating between all 3 outfield positions.
An all-around athlete, Crowe was a competitive racquetball player in his teenage years and was one of the top players in the nation.
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- Minor League Splits and Sitautional Stats
- Official Website of Trevor Crowe
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