Crawford thanks Rays with lunch
Carl Crawford left the Rays, but he didn't want to leave a bad taste in their mouths.
So Crawford, who signed a 7-year, $142-million deal with Boston, arranged for lunch to be catered and delivered Wednesday to team employees at Tropicana Field.
There were about 150 employees on hand to enjoy the barbecue meal. Crawford, who played nine seasons with the Rays before leaving as a free agent, was not at the Trop for the lunch.