I drafted him and then traded him away with Millwood for Maggs (I am so glad it seems like he's starting to tear it up again). I wanted him back, because at the time he was leading the majors in innings pitched and got him and Wood for Kearns. So far, Kearns has scored about 1 point and Sheets and Wood, except for the Wood's last start, have been tearing it up.
Anyways, back to Sheets, I like him a lot. He is underrated. Yeah, he plays on a bad team, but he's a workhorse that has been very very good since the mid-point of last season. If you have guys like Wood, who are prone to walking 7 guys a game, Sheets is great because he has figured his control out.