While Crawford is making progress, which includes swinging at balls on a tee and being part of a throwing program, Valentine said he will not put a timetable on his return.
“You don’t want to put the kid, anyone rehabbing, under the pressure of a deadline,” Valentine said on Thursday. “It can never be the calendar or the schedule that says when a guy is healthy. It’s not fair.”
Crawford was scheduled to make 20 bunts on Thursday, but is not scheduled to swing at live pitching just yet "
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