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Sheffield: Time as a Yankee Was "Wonderful"
By mvyb, 14.11.2006, 13:14


While Sheffield said blowing a 3-0 lead to the Red Sox in the 2004 ALCS was the lowlight of his three years in The Bronx, he described the stay as "wonderful."

"I had [Yankees fans] on the edge of their seat, I gave them a lot of excitement," said Sheffield, who was limited to 39 games this season due to surgery on his left wrist. "I played on the biggest stage at the highest level. They liked my no-fear attitude and I came with my honesty every day. Half the people liked it and half the people probably didn't like it, but I was a sincere player, I wasn't a phony."

Sounds a lot different then he did a week ago, doesn't he? Ah, the mood swings of Gary Sheffield...
But I do agree with what he says here in the Post article, he did bring a lot of excitement to the games and he had a great no-fear attitude. Whenever the Yankees played Boston, Sheffield was the guy you wanted to see at the plate. Starring down the Sox pitcher, waving his bat threateningly, and crushing everything he saw. If only he could have done that a bit more in the postseason...
I'm sure I'll have another "Sheffield Speaking Out" post up next week. Who knows what he'll be saying then?

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