Count former slugger Gary Sheffield as someone who has no interest in the current state of baseball.

"I don't watch baseball at all," he told CBS Sports Radio's Tiki and Tierney show on Friday.

The nine-time All-Star and 1997 World Series champion served as a TBS studio analyst during the postseason until last season.

"I was kind of forced to watch baseball, because I was working with TBS," he said. "And so I had to remember, really find out who were these players. I'll tell you the secret now: I never watched the games during the season. I would get educated on it when I got there. ... It's not something that I could watch, based on what I'm seeing, because I'll be a complainer. ... This is the first time I've ever said that out loud, but I'm just truly disappointed with what I watch."