Oct 30, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew hits a solo home run against the St. Louis Cardinals in the fourth inning during game six of the MLB baseball World Series at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Francesa: Mets Have Made an Offer to Stephen Drew

A short while ago, Mike Francesa of WFAN stated on his radio show that the Mets have made an offer to free agent shortstop Stephen Drew.

According to Francesa, he’s unsure how many years the Mets offered Drew, and noted that the Mets and Drew are currently negotiating (hat tip to Robert Brender on Twitter).

After the Drew news started to circulate, Kristie Ackert of the Daily News tweeted the following:


At this point, I suppose it comes down to whether you believe Mike Francesa’s sources or Kristie Ackert’s sources.

Or, it comes down to whether you think the Mets would admit an offer is on the table when asked about it.

It’s hard deciphering what’s true and what isn’t, but the following should be pointed out: While the Mets were finalizing the Bartolo Colon deal, they told the media they were done making large acquisitions.  After the Mets missed out on Grant Balfour, a Mets source denied that the club had bid more than Tampa Bay (it turned out that they did bid more).

For now, “As the Drew Turns” continues.


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  • Joe.02

    That’s interesting, up to a point. I doubt even w/o a formal offer that “feelers” weren’t made somehow before now. I might be wrong, but that is also how I felt about Reyes — even if no “formal offer” was made (don’t recall what happened in the end exactly, but some online complained about that at some point), some sort of feeler was made to put out there what they were willing to pay him. It just was too low.

  • Ken Meoni

    I’m hearing it’s a long shot and that no offer was made. So, maybe we can move on until the long shot actually happens, if it happens. Trades would be nice though. Are the trades part of the brains working yet?

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