Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe believes that re-signing Stephen Drew remains an possibility for the Red Sox.
John Tomase of the Boston Herald believes that re-signing Stephen Drew is still a plausible option for the Red Sox.
A team source told WEEI's Rob Bradford that the Red Sox "haven’t closed the door" on re-signing Stephen Drew.
Gordon Edes of ESPN Boston heard from a source that Stephen Drew will not return to the Red Sox.
Stephen Drew will not accept Boston's qualifying offer.
David Lennon of Newsday reports that the Mets will meet with Scott Boras this week to discuss free agents Stephen Drew and Shin-Soo Choo.
Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports that "a bunch of teams (are) moving quick" on Stephen Drew.
MLB.com's Peter Gammons was told by a general manager that Stephen Drew's agent, Scott Boras, has set up "a number" of meetings for his client at next week's GM meetings.
Red Sox manager John Farrell wants free agent shortstop Stephen Drew to return to Boston.
Stephen Drew got a qualifying offer from the Red Sox.
Erik Boland of Long Island Newsday reports that despite re-signing Derek Jeter, the Yankees are showing serious interest in free agent Stephen Drew.
Red Sox manager John Farrell clarified Friday that despite his struggles offensively, Stephen Drew will remain in the Red Sox lineup for Game 6 of the ALCS on Friday.
Stephen Drew had a two-run homer and a triple against the Orioles on Thursday.
Stephen Drew is not in the Red Sox starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Yankees.