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Willie Crawford

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Crawford, who signed with the Dodgers two days out of high school, made his major league debut as a 17-year-old in 1964. The following year, he had a pinch-hit single in two at-bats in the 1965 World Series against the Twins. A left-handed-hitting outfielder, Crawford played in parts of 14 major league seasons, 12 of them with the Dodgers.