High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Clifford Rankin "Pat"
Crawford, a.k.a. "Captain Pat," (January 28, 1902 in Society Hill,
South Carolina - January 25, 1994 in Morehead City, NC) was a major
league baseball player. Crawford went to Davidson College. He
played baseball for several semi-pro and minor league teams
throughout the 1920s including a stint as the left fielder for the
1922 Kinston Highwaymen in the Eastern Carolina Baseball
Association, an independent or "outlaw league" team not affiliated
with the National Association. Crawford got his big break in 1929
when he made it to the majors with the New York Giants, which were
still being managed by the Hall of Famer John McGraw.
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