Paul Shuey Retires: 'It's A Sad Day'

Paul Shuey has decided to end the agony and retire.<br><br> The right-handed reliever made the decision Wednesday after pitching two innings Monday for the Akron Aeros -- his sixth rehab assignment with the team in a long career riddled by injuries.<br><br> Shuey, 34, signed by the Indians in January to a minor-league contract, just could not overcome a third operation on his hip.<br>
April 27, 2005

Shuey Eager To Prove Stuff Is Back

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. -- Paul Shuey has something to prove. Not to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team that let him go as a free agent at the end of the 2004 season. And not to the Cleveland Indians, the team that traded him midway through the 2002 season. And not to any of baseball's 28 other teams.<br><br> At this point in his career, the 34-year-old right-handed relief pitcher has only one person to whom he is trying to prove anything. Himself.<br>
March 7, 2005

Shuey Returns, On Minor-League Deal

The Indians brought back another player hoping to revitalize his career Friday when they signed Paul Shuey to a minor-league contract.<br><br> The 34-year-old right-hander will be invited to the major-league training camp, but how much he will be able to contribute remains in doubt.<br>
January 28, 2005