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Aug 29, 2014
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New York Yankees SS Stephen Drew is batting ninth and playing second base Friday, Aug. ...
KFFL Aug 29, 2014

Yankees | Stephen Drew starting

New York Yankees SS Stephen Drew is batting ninth and playing second base Friday, Aug. ...
Tampa Bay Times Aug 28, 2014

Rays-Red Sox preview

. UP NEXT vs. Red Sox Tonight-Monday What's new: The Sox have a significantly different look since their late July visit, having traded pitchers Jon Lester, John Lackey, Felix Doubront, Jake Peavy and Andrew Miller; OF Jonny Gomes; and INF Stephen Drew, while sending down OF Jackie Bradley Jr., …
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 22, 2014
Yankees' Stephen Drew hopes reduced role doesn't stunt progress

Yankees' Stephen Drew hopes reduced role doesn't stunt progress

Though, somehow, he's hit worse with Yankees than Red Sox
Rotoworld Aug 20, 2014

Drew hits first Yankees home run in a loss - Stephen Drew (SS) New York Yankees

Stephen Drew had four trips to the plate, drawing a walk and hitting his first home run as a Yankee in Wednesday's loss to the Astros.
Tampa Bay Times Aug 14, 2014

Rays-Yankees Preview

. up next vs. Yankees Tonight through Sunday What's new: In a season of constant roster shuffling the Yankees have made a series of recent additions — 3B Chase Headley, INF/OF Martin Prado, INF Stephen Drew and Ps Brandon McCarthy and Rich Hill — while dumping INFs Brian Roberts and …
New York Post Aug 11, 2014

Could Yankees rentals become part of long-term fix?

Stephen Drew, Chase Headley and Brandon McCarthy were all available to the Yankees at a price calculated as acceptable, to some large degree, because they will be free agents after...
New York Daily News Aug 7, 2014
Yankees Insider: Just how they Drew it up!

Yankees Insider: Just how they Drew it up!

Stephen Drew drove in 11 runs in 39 games with the Red Sox before they dealt him to the Yankees in the hour before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. In seven games since, he has knocked in six runs.
Newsday Aug 7, 2014

Stephen Drew gets chance to play shortstop again, for one game

Stephen Drew has said the right things, that adjusting to second base is a small price to pay for being a Yankee, that it's an honor to share an infield with Derek Jeter.
River Ave. Blues Aug 7, 2014

Heyman: Gardner, Prado, Drew all clear trade waivers

Via Jon Heyman: Brett Gardner, Martin Prado, and Stephen Drew all cleared trade waivers this month. That means they can all now be traded to any team. It doesn’t mean the Yankees want to move them, of course, but they can if they want. The Nationals claimed Matt Thornton off trade waivers the other day […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogHeyman: Gardner, Prado, Drew all clear trade waivers The post Heyman: Gardner, Prado, Drew all clear trade waivers appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Newsday Aug 5, 2014

Stephen Drew making most of his short stop at second base

As Stephen Drew finished getting dressed at 12:30 a.m. Monday in the cramped visitor's clubhouse at Fenway Park, Yankees first base coach Mick Kelleher, also the infield coach, approached.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 4, 2014

Yankees edge Red Sox, 8-7, as Stephen Drew drives in 4 runs

Gardner, Drew combine for five hits, seven RBI
Over the Monster Aug 4, 2014

Red Sox 7, Yankees 8: Stephen Drew strikes back

Stephen Drew drove in four runs, all of them off Clay Buchholz, who seems to have returned to rock bottom once more. A few days after being traded to the Yankees in what amounted to, at best, a salary dump, Stephen Drew came into Fenway Park and knocked in four runs for his new team, giving New York a close 8-7 win. Sunday's game played out a lot like Saturday's game did. Early offense for the Red Sox, a bad start letting it go to waste, and small blemishes on a largely positive bullpen performance managing to spell the difference in the end. The Red Sox got out to another 3-0 lead, this...
Boston Herald Aug 4, 2014
Gardner, Drew help Yankees beat Red Sox 8-7

Gardner, Drew help Yankees beat Red Sox 8-7

BOSTON — Brett Gardner hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning for one of his three hits, helping the New York Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox 8-7 on Sunday night.Former Red Sox infielder Stephen Drew had a pair of hits and drove in four runs in his third game with the Yankees since he was sent there at the trading deadline. Esmil Rogers (1-0) earned the victory in his Yankees debut by throwing three hitless innings, striking out three and allowing one walk.David Robertson pitched the ninth for his 29th save.
New York Daily News Aug 3, 2014
Brett Gardner, Stephen Drew power Yankees past Red Sox

Brett Gardner, Stephen Drew power Yankees past Red Sox

Until Thursday, Stephen Drew and Esmil Rogers were just a couple of underperforming players in the AL East. That was the day the Yankees brought them in, Drew in a trade with Boston and Rogers on a waiver claim from Toronto.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 2, 2014

Why Yankees are betting Stephen Drew can play second base

Joe Girardi and Mick Kelleher break it down

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