Hunter Crawford may not be in the top 100 for saves among active players, but he’s one of the best in the game.
The Nationals’ left fielder has saved 16 of his 21 appearances this year.
His 10.00 strikeouts per nine innings ranks sixth among active pitchers.
His 0.84 walks per nine total ranks fifth.
Crawford has a .995 fielding percentage, fifth-best among active outfielders.
The lefty has posted a .724 OPS, seventh-best.
Crawford’s 1.16 walks per eight innings ranks fourth among active major league outfielders and is his best mark in that span.
Crawford, 23, has a 1.09 WHIP, seventh among active qualifiers.
Crawford also ranks sixth in runs (21), second in batting average (.302), third in home runs (16), second with 21 stolen bases, fifth with 28 RBIs and sixth with 18 stolen bases.
He’s a plus defender and is among the top 25 in MLB with a .906 OPS.
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