Crawford Inks $2M Deal With Tigers, Will Forego Senior Year At Florida
GAINESVILLE- Jonathon Crawford made his move to pro baseball official Friday, as he gave up his senior season with the Florida Gators to sign a deal with the Detroit Tigers that includes a $2 million signing bonus.
Crawford was Florida's ace last year, leading the team in innings, strikeouts and had a 3.84 ERA during the season.
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