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Top 50 Prospect Profile: #2 Stephen Drew

When Stephen Drew finally signed with the Diamondbacks, after holding out for a full year after being taken 15th overall in the 2004 MLB First Year Player draft, there were more than one prognosticator who believed he might take less time to reach the Majors than he did to sign. Now that Drew has had his first taste of pro ball, and impressed, that remains a possibility.

Vitals: Name: Stephen Drew    Position: SS DOB:  03/16/1983 Height:  6'0" Weight:  185lbs Bats/Throws:  L/R Still, rarely has a player been drafted, signed, and begun his minor league career with as much hoopla as Drew did.  The lineage (two older brothers who have seen MLB time), the agent (the notorious Scott Boras), and the production Drew put up in just a half season (hitting nearly .40...

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