In response to southpaw777's comment:
Drew is better on defense than his numbers suggest. hes a smart ballplayer and like his brother, positions himself correctly and get great jumps on balls. His "range" might not be great, but he gets to balls because of what I listed above. Hes not as bad as it would appear.
1) He does not get to balls hit in his zone, otherwise his UZR/150 would be at least close to average. It is not even close.
2) How do you know he "positions himself correctly"?
3) He may be worse than he appears to be right now in ST.
4) He may be worse than his career stats and metrics show him to be (especially with his range and first step explosiveness), due to a recently placed pin in his ankle.
He as had a couple of decent years by the numbers, but the larger sample size career range numbers are a bit frightening.