Career RBI: 1,676
Career: 22 seasons (1988-2009)
Teams: Milwaukee Brewers (1988-91), San Diego Padres (1992-93), Florida Marlins (1993-98), Los Angeles Dodgers (1998-2001), Atlanta Braves (2002-03), New York Yankees (2004-06), Detroit Tigers (2007-08), New York Mets (2009)
Position: Outfield/third base
Most RBI in season: 132 (2003)
Other stats: .292 BA, 509 HR, 2,689 H
World Series titles: 1 (1997)
Bottom line: Because Gary Sheffield wasn't always the greatest teammate, he probably doesn't get his due as one of the greatest hitters of all time. But he is.
The stat that stands out the most for Sheffield over his career is that in 22 seasons he only struck out over 80 times in a single season twice.
He should get more consideration for the Hall of Fame.