Carl Crawford will make his Dodgers debut on Sunday afternoon as the Dodgers host the Brewers at Camelback Ranch. That is one of two split squad games on Sunday for the Dodgers, with the team also headed to Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale to play the Diamondbacks. Both games are 1 p.m. PT games.

Crawford had Tommy John surgery on his left elbow on Aug. 23, two days before he was dealt to the Dodgers as part of the nine-player blockbuster Adrian Gonzalez trade with the Red Sox. Crawford suffered a setback early in camp as minor nerve irritation in his arm shut him down for a week.

Crawford returned to baseball activities on Mar. 7, which included six straight days of batting practice only at a gradually increased pace, followed by three days of getting at-bats in minor league games on the back fields at Camelback Ranch. The last three days have also included playing catch for Crawford, after over two weeks of not throwing.