Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford won’t have a been-there-done-that approach when he suits up in Washington, D.C. for Tuesday’s All-Star Game, the second of his career.
“If anything,” he said, “it might even be a little bit of a bigger deal.”
That’s because Crawford is the National League’s starting shortstop, three years after he served as Jhonny Peralta’s backup. It’s also because so much more of Crawford’s extended family will be in attendance than at the 2015 game in Cincinnati.
The more the merrier to share the story of an impressive and heartwarming rebound.