Latest Update Stephen Drew is not in the Yankees' starting lineup on Wednesday. Wed Aug, 27, 05:05 PM
A natural with an uncanny baseball IQ, he has an ideal mix of patience, power, speed and skill at the plate. Can also be very good with the glove. Makes the game look effortless.
Flaws: : Is injury-prone, which contributes to streakiness. Despite his elite tools, he hasn't shown enough progression at the major-league level. Sometimes appears to lack intensity.
Drew was given the chance to start the last two games for the Yankees but offered up a good ol' 1-for-9. Sure, the one hit was a home run, but he's still too much of a guaranteed out. Martin Prado is at second base for Wednesday.Analyst: Howard Bender
Drew got the start at second base in Monday night's contest against the Royals and made the most of it. Since joining the Yankees, Drew is hitting just .164 with five extra-base hits through 55 at-bats, so until he gives a good reason for ownership, he should remain on the waiver wire moving forward. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Things have not gotten any easier at the plate for the veteran shortstop after being traded to the Yankees. Thursday's lone hit snapped a three-game hitless streak (0-for-8) and was just his fourth hit in 23-at bats (.174) since arriving in New York.Analyst: Michael Pichan
Drew is another player that could be on the move if the Yankees go in a tailspin over the next few weeks. His veteran presence could help several teams that are in contention.Analyst: David Kerr