Collection: Gary Sheffield Baseball Collector Cards In Stock and in Mint Condition

Gary Sheffield was known for a swing so quick “he could turn on a .38-caliber bullet.” The menacing way he waggled his bat and the screaming line drives it produced caused a frustrated Cincinnati Reds coach to promise to ban his pitchers from throwing Sheffield a strike. Sheffield emerged as a star in 1992, when he led the National League in batting average and was named The Sporting News’ Player of the Year. During a 22-year major-league career (1988-2009), the powerful right-handed batter hit 509 home runs, scored 1,636 runs, drove in 1,676, was a nine-time All Star, and finished in the top 10 in MVP voting six times.