Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said on MLB Network on Wednesday that Stephen Drew could wait into the regular season to sign with a team.
According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the Mets offered Stephen Drew a one-year, $9.5 million deal at some point this offseason, and were politely turned down.
A source tells Anthony DiComo of MLB.com that the Mets don't think Stephen Drew is "worth it" at his current asking price.
Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that the Yankees made a two- or three-year offer to Stephen Drew earlier this offseason but have since rescinded it.
Jim Bowden of ESPN.com and MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM reports that four teams are currently "in" on free agent infielder Stephen Drew.
Mike Puma of the New York Post reports that it's "clear" that agent Scott Boras still wants Stephen Drew to get at least $14 million this season.
Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that the Yankees are not considering handing out any more major league contracts prior to Opening Day.
John Tomase of the Boston Herald reports that the Red Sox have "held firm" with a one-year offer to Stephen Drew.
Mets GM Sandy Alderson said Thursday morning that a pact with Stephen Drew is "unlikely."
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said during an appearance on WFAN on Tuesday that the club hasn't ruled out signing Stephen Drew under "the right circumstances."
Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington told Jim Bowden of SiriusXM on Sunday that he doesn't expect to re-sign Stephen Drew before spring training.
Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com reports that agent Scott Boras is looking for an opt-out clause after the first year of Stephen Drew's contract.
Mike Puma and Ken Davidoff of the New York Post have been told by Mets executives it's a "long shot" that they'll sign Stephen Drew.
Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports that the Mets have no offer on the table for Stephen Drew at this time.