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It's never a good sign when your bosses question your performance or will to get onto the field; just ask Kevin Youkilis.
But that's exactly what happened to Arizona Diamondback's shortstop Stephen Drew when D-Back's managing partner Ken Kendrick called him out (via Yahoo Sports).
I think Stephen should have been out there playing before now, frankly. I, for one, am disappointed. I'm going to be real candid and say Stephen and his representatives are more focused on where Stephen is going to be a year from now than on going out and supporting the team that's paying his salary.
Drew hasn't played since July 2011, when he fractured his right ankle, but he could possibly return back this week, just in time to prove his health before being dealt at the deadline.
Willie Bloomquist has filled in nicely for Drew this season, hitting .299 and committing just three errors at short.
With Arizona less than six games back in the division, they could be looking to make a move this July, and it could come in the form of Stephen Drew.
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