According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, veteran outfielder J.D. Drew is "very likely" to retire.
Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe was told by Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington that the team is not considering re-signing free agent outfielder J.D. Drew.
J.D. Drew's agent Scott Boras said Monday that his client has not retired.
Red Sox activated outfielder J.D. Drew from the 60-day disabled list.
J.D. Drew (finger) could return for the final series of the regular season.
J.D. Drew (finger) took indoor batting practice Friday.
J.D. Drew was given a cortisone shot in his fractured middle finger on Monday afternoon.
J.D. Drew (finger) was scheduled to swing a bat Friday, but he is now dealing with a neck issue.
Red Sox transferred OF J.D. Drew from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
J.D. Drew has a fractured middle finger.
During an appearance on WEEI in Boston on Wednesday, Red Sox manager Terry Francona indicated that J.D. Drew (finger) isn't close to returning from the disabled list.
J.D. Drew (finger) won't be activated off the disabled list for "at least a week."
J.D. Drew (finger) expects to miss more than a couple of days.
J.D. Drew injured his middle finger while playing in a rehab game Tuesday at Triple-A Pawtucket.