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    • Céspedes began the 2012 season for the Athletics at his usual position of center field, but was later moved to left field upon the return of veteran center fielder Coco Crisp.Yoenis Céspedes-Wikipedia
    • On April 15, with six errorless chances, Ellsbury passed Coco Crisp for most errorless total chances by a center fielder, setting a new Red Sox franchise record of 433.Jacoby Ellsbury-Wikipedia
    • In a 2011 interview, veteran outfielder Coco Crisp named League as one of the four toughest pitchers he had ever faced.Brandon League-Wikipedia
    • On June 5, 2008, during a game against the Boston Red Sox, Shields hit Coco Crisp with a pitch and Crisp charged the mound.James Shields (baseball)-Wikipedia
    • In 2010, he worked on base stealing (most notably with Rajai Davis and Coco Crisp) and outfield drills.Rickey Henderson-Wikipedia
    • When Coco Crisp came back from injury, Davis switched from center field to playing both left and right field for the remainder of the season.Rajai Davis-Wikipedia

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