Gary Sheffield said Thursday that he is "99.9%" sure he will retire.
Gary Sheffield, hoping to make a comeback, had dinner in Tampa Friday with Rays manager Joe Maddon.
Gary Sheffield told Steve Kornacki of MLive.com that he wants to play next season and that his hometown Rays are his first choice.
Gary Sheffield told George A. King III of the New York Post that he has offers on the table.
Gary Sheffield is deciding between two teams, reports Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo.
Bob Nightengale of USA Today writes that free agent outfielder Gary Sheffield might be a perfect fit for the Reds.
A market for Gary Sheffield has yet to develop, the slugger told the Boston Globe Sunday.
Marc Topkin of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Gary Sheffield wants to play two more seasons and finish his career with the Rays.
Gary Sheffield told Nick Carfado of the Boston Herald that he has received interest from four teams this winter.
Gary Sheffield is dedicated to playing in 2010.
Gary Sheffield plans to return next year for his 22nd major league season.
In his first appearance of the month, Gary Sheffield flied out with the bases loaded as a pinch-hitter Wednesday.
Gary Sheffield (back) took batting practice Thursday and is hoping to return to the Mets' lineup before the end of the season.
Mets manager Jerry Manuel said Sunday that Gary Sheffield (back) is "pretty close to being out" for the rest of the season.