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The Deal: One year, $10.1 million
Technically, Stephen Drew wasn't an offseason acquisition, as the left-handed hitter didn't ink a deal with the Boston Red Sox until May. Still, his numbers are simply too terrible to ignore. Drew's late start to the season certainly didn't do him any favors, as he explained via Stephen Haynes of Newsday.
"It's kind of been a crazy year for me," he said. "Everybody pretty much got three months on me and I feel like I'm playing catch-up."
While splitting time between the reigning World Series champions and the New York Yankees, Drew has posted a .173 average in 55 contests. With Derek Jeter entrenched at shortstop, Drew has been spending nearly all of his time in the New York playing second base.
With his 2014 season so far proving to be a nightmare, it will be extremely interesting to see just what kind of free-agent offers Drew receives in the winter.