TUCSON, Ariz. -- Stephen Drew let his play Thursday answer the criticism leveled at him by managing partner Ken Kendrick, who earlier this week questioned Drews commitment to returning to the Diamondbacks this season.
Drew singled in his first at-bat and made the defensive play of the game in his first rehab game for Class AAA Reno against Tucson at the D-backs former spring training home, Tucson Electric Park. Reno won 4-2 in 12 innings in what was Drews first official game since suffering a season-ending ankle injury on July 20, 2011.
In his most biting comments, Kendrick said, Stephen and his representatives are more focused on where he is going to be a year from now than going ahead and supporting the team that is playing his salary. He should have been out there playing by now. I for one am disappointed.
That made two of them.
I understand his frustration. I really do. I understand that things werent going well. It was a little disappointing with questioning my integrity, b...