5 Places J.D. Drew Should Be Besides the Boston Red Sox

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5 Places J.D. Drew Should Be Besides the Boston Red Sox
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J.D. Drew, the starting right fielder for the Boston Red Sox, is making $14 million this season.

There are plenty of ways to break down this salary:

Drew's earning $3.5 million for each of his four home runs.

He's cashing in $875,000 per RBI. (Adrian Gonzalez, the league leader in RBIs, is making $105,000 per RBI.) T

The supposed five-tool player is earning infinity dollars per stolen base ($14 million / 0 stolen bases = error).

No matter how you break it down, Drew is overpaid.

It's a fantasy of mine that, somehow, another team will be stupid enough to take Drew off of the Red Sox payroll.

I know it won't happen, but—hey look, he just struck out again—my dreams, it does, and here's where he goes.

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