D-backs’ Top 5 shortstops: Gilbert’s take April 21st, 2020, SIS Featured Stephen Drew likely would have been the No. 1 pick in the 2004 MLB Draft, but because he was represented by agent Scott Boras and demanding a large signing bonus, he slipped to 15th, where the D-backs scooped him up. Drew made his big league debut during the 2006 season and became the team’s primary shortstop after that. He was slightly above average defensively, but well above average for the position offensively. Click here to read the rest of the article on mlb.com.