But at times has had to battle a reputation for being "soft," a characterization that many believe comes from being the young brother of the injury-prone J.D. Drew. Reno manager Brett Butler made that point on Friday. "One thing about Stephen that you know is that Stephen's got integrity and character," Butler said. "I know there's been a lot of stuff said and whatever, but I've been around the man seven years. I think a lot of times he gets a poor rap because of his brother. I know what kind of character he's got. "Quite frankly, when you talk about a Diamondback player, they talked about (Justin) Upton, but first and foremost, Drew is the face of this club, in character and integrity and what they expect out of a Diamondback player. He's always been that way and always will be."