Steroid use hall of fame

In Florida, Sheffield's batting line slipped to .294/.361/.476, his fielding percentage to .899 (the only time it's acceptable to cite fielding percentage is when it reaches the Hobson Line). Nonetheless, the Marlins wanted to keep him around, signing the 24-year-old to a four-year, $ million deal that made him the game's 10th-highest-paid player overall and its highest-paid third baseman. As a concession to keeping him at the hot corner, the team wrote a clause into his contract allowing him to play pickup basketball (obviously, Aaron Boone didn't take note).

Steroid use hall of fame

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