Ranking the 2011 Red Sox, 25-to-1
22. J.D. DrewPreviously: No. 16
The laconic right fielder has been a polarizing player since signing a five-year, $70-million after the 2006 season, but he could be counted on the get on base at an excellent rate and play good-to-excellent defense. He's still a fine right fielder, particularly at Fenway, but even his most ardent supporters acknowledge that he has had a dismal season (.219, .622 OPS, four homers). Josh Reddick is the everyday right fielder for the foreseeable future, even when Drew returns from the disabled list (shoulder).