Gary Sheffield better hope he looks good in blue and orange.The fiery outfielder was dropped from the Tigers earlier this week, so the Mets decided to pick him back up.It's a good deal -- because the Tigers will be paying for the rest of his contract, the Mets will only have to pay Sheffield $400,000, the league minimum.From a USA Today story on Sheffield: Gary Sheffield wasn't out of a job for very long. The 40-year-old slugger -- who belted 19 homers last season in 114 games, but hit just...Read Full Story
Gary Sheffield (Baseball Card) 1997 Topps Sweet Strokes #SS13
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We’d like to thank everyone who came out to Emerson’s Cigars Hampton location on Friday to meet Gary Sheffield. We had a great time enjoying Gary’s new HR500 Club cigar, which celebrates his achievement of hitting 500 Homeruns. Gary was kind enough to sign all purchased boxes and take a the time to meet and take pictures with all his fans. We can’t thank Gary enough for making this a unique event. We also would like to thank Dave and Kimber from Rocky patel and everyone at 94.1 ESPN Radio...Read Full Story
The Detroit Tigers are dropping aging designated hitter Gary Sheffield, the team announced on Tuesday morning, and eating the $14 million left on his contract.Sheffield, whose numbers dropped precipitously this spring training season but remains only one away from passing 500 in career home runs, seemed okay with the decision, saying "it's probably a blessing."From a Detroit Free Press article: The Tigers released designated hitter Gary Sheffield this morning, a startling development since...Read Full Story
VIEW price of Gary Sheffield Signed Game Issued Rawlings Bat Picture of Gary Sheffield Signed Game Issued Rawlings Bat Product Description This black Game Issued Rawlings bat was issued to 500 Home Run Club member, Gary Sheffield. Sheffield then used a silver sharpie to hand sign the barrel of this bat. This bat has Sheffield's name engraved into the barrel, and his number "3" inscribed on both ends. This game issued bat is accompanied with a certificate of authenticity (COA) from MVP...Read Full Story
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Gary Sheffield is an outfielder in major league baseball. He's a right fielder for the New York Yankees and wears number 11. He is managed by Joe Torre.