J.D. Drew's leash just got shorter

With the Red Sox dropping Cameron and Reddick raking, more change could be coming

Updated: July 3, 2011, 11:58 PM ET
By Gordon Edes | ESPNBoston.com

PHILADELPHIA -- When you're the right fielder and you've had just two extra base hits in the past six weeks, you can hardly be surprised that your team elects to make a change.

But despite his zero doubles, zero triples, two home runs and a .296 slugging percentage since May 10, J.D. Drew still has a job. Mike Cameron, who was supposed to be Drew's right-handed complement but was playing even worse, is the one who is out of work, designated for assignment before Boston Red ...

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