Sources close to Crawford's Dodgers teammates and their wives and girlfriends seemed to question Lozada's intentions with the Major League Baseball slugger, criticizing her for not showing up to his games while he's going through one of the worst hitting slumps of his career.
Well, it's amazing how a few days could change things.
That's because Lozada and her family were out in full force during Crawford and the Dodgers' three-game weekend road series closer in her native New York City against the New York Mets on Sunday night. Crawford didn't play in the game, but Lozada and her family were definitely rooting for the Dodgers to win, which they did, 4-2.
Check out Evelyn's proud Instagram posts, perhaps silencing her doubters in the process.
In between her IG posts, Lozada seemed to pay the haters no mind, sharing this precious pic of her and her 2-year-old son, Carl Leo Crawford Jr.
Crawford and Lozada got engaged in December 2013, three years after he inked a whopping seven-year, $142 million deal with the Boston Red Sox. Their adorable son was then born in March 2014.
These IG pics show Lozada supporting her man, but the question is are they enough to ward off reports about her being a gold-digger and their relationship being in trouble?
We guess we'll see with time, right?
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