Gary Sheffield played an astonishing 22 seasons in the Major Leagues, starting off his career as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers and ending his MLB service as a New York Met. While on the Mets, Sheff played only 100 games and hit almost 20 points below his career batting average. One of the bright spots from that season — along with his 500th career homer — was Sheffield's Jordan IX cleats. This pair gets a midnight black colorway on the upper with orange and blue accents. Sheffield's number 10 is stitched on the back heel for the personalized feel.
[via UG Soles]