Drew, 33, hit .266 with eight home runs in 70 games last season. He was mostly used as a pinch-hitter and defensive replacement for late-game situations. He played 21 games at second base, 12 games at third base, and 12 games at shortstop. He had three home runs as a pinch-hitter, tied for second most in baseball.
Heyman reported last month that the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim were also interested in the utility man. The Angeles had "preliminary talks" with the free agent, according to the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher.
The 11-year veteran owns a .252 batting average and has 122 home runs in 4,811 career plate-appearances.