(7/4/2010) The Los Angeles Angels signed free-agent 2B Drew Meyer and assigned him to the Triple-A Salt Lake Bees on Saturday.
Astros trim roster to 29 players
(3/30/2010) Infielder Edwin Maysonet and reliever Wilton Lopez were optioned to the Astros' minor league camp Tuesday. In other moves, the team said non-roster invitee reliever Casey Daigle will be reassigned to minor league camp after he pitches with the big league club Thursday. Non-roster invitee relievers Gary Majewski and Gustavo Chacin, infielders Chris Shelton and Drew Meyer, and catcher Kevin Cash will stay with Houston through its home exhibition series against the Blues Jays and then be reassigned to minor league camp. The Astros must make four more cuts by Sunday afternoon to get to the 25-man limit.
(6/15/2007) The Dallas Morning News reports that Drew Meyer was activated from the minor-league disabled list by Triple-A Oklahoma on Thursday.
Rangers make some minor cuts
(3/25/2007) The Rangers optioned OF Victor Diaz and OF Freddy Guzman to Triple-A Oklahoma. Also, they re-assigned SS Drew Meyer and UTL Desi Relaford to minor-league camp.
Rangers outright Meyer to Triple-A
(1/23/2007) The Rangers sent infielder Drew Meyer to Triple-A Oklahoma on Monday after he cleared waivers. Meyer, a first-round pick by the Rangers in the 2002 amateur draft, made his major league debut last season, hitting .214 in five games before being sent back to Oklahoma. He has hit .270 in 472 career minor league games.
Rangers drop Drew Meyer
(1/12/2007) The Texas Rangers acquired catcher Chris Stewart from the Chicago White Sox on Friday for minor league pitcher Johnny Lujan. To make room on the 40-man roster for Stewart, the Rangers designated infielder Drew Meyer for assignment. Meyer was their first-round pick in 2002.
Demoted Meyer to play second
(5/24/2006) Infielder Drew Meyer will play second base in Triple-A in place of Aarom Baldiris, who has a broken bone in his hand, according to the Dallas Morning News.
Meyer optioned to Triple-A
(5/23/2006) According to MLB.com, The Rangers optioned infielder Drew Meyer to Triple-A Oklahoma.
Drew Meyer could be demoted
(5/2/2006) The Texas Rangers will recall Robinson Tejeda from Triple-A Oklahoma to start Tuesday's game against Tampa Bay and Mark Hendrickson. Tejeda joined the Rangers on Monday afternoon.
Drew Meyer makes first start
(4/21/2006) Texas 2B Drew Meyer made his first big league start and went 2-for-5.
Drew Meyer won't start in Texas
(4/20/2006) MLB.com reports D'Angelo Jimenez, not Drew Meyer, will remain the regular second baseman in Texas until Mark DeRosa or Ian Kinsler return from the disabled list. "D.J. has handled it well," Showalter said. "He has given us a little lift with Ian out. That's another great sign for [general manager Jon Daniels] in the offseason. I didn't know much about him. We're lucky to have him."
Texas calls up former first-rounder
(4/19/2006) The Texas Rangers placed second baseman Mark DeRosa on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday and purchased the contract of former first-round pick Drew Meyer from Triple-A Oklahoma. Meyer was the 10th overall pick by the Rangers in 2002. He was hitting .360 with four doubles, two triples and seven RBIs in 11 games at Oklahoma. Meyer was drafted as a shortstop, but can also play second or third base, or the outfield.
Texas to promote Drew Meyer
(4/19/2006) MLB.com reports Mark DeRosa (leg) is headed for the disabled list, and the Texas Rangers are expected to call up Triple-A infielder Drew Meyer. "We've waited as long as we can wait," Rangers manager Buck Showalter said. "Mark wants to be there ... it's very frustrating to the club it hasn't improved more."
Texas could promote Drew Meyer
(4/17/2006) MLB.com reports Mark DeRosa was out of the lineup again on Sunday with a strained ankle. The Texas Rangers have discussed putting him on the disabled list. "We'd like to stay away from that," Showalter said. "Hopefully after today and [Monday's off-day], but if it continues to be a problem it's something we have to think about."