After his 2004 Rookie of the Year season, he has been a disappointment.
Crosby has been plagued by injuries, never developed offensively and his errors have increased each of the last three seasons (12, 14, 17 in less then 100 games).
He's a lifetime .239 hitter with a .377 slugging percentage and a .308 on base percentage.
In Spring Training the Atheltics signed Nomar Garciapara and Orlando Cabrera, which prompted Crosby to request a trade, a request he has not rescinded.
Prior to this year, Crosby had never played a single inning in the majors at any other position, except shortstop, but Oakland is using him as a utility infielder. He's played 23 games at third, 18 games at first and a few games each, at shortstop, second base and the outfield, while hitting .225.
According to Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, Calif.) the Mets have been linked to Crosby.