Chicago Cubs Nearing Swap of Milton Bradley For Carlos Silva

Posted: 18th December 2009 by Danny Sisto in MLB
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Originally posted at: After a seemingly endless era of Cubs management trying their hardest to trade Milton Bradley, his short tenure on the north-side has (almost) officially come to a close. Larry Stone of the Seattle Times reports that Bradley will be taking his raw offensive talent (and volatile attitude) all the way up to Seattle, to join the Mariners in their very busy offseason. They will reportedly be moving 30-year-old starting pitcher Carlos Silva back to Chicago in return. Silva has been, well, loudly awful over the past two years. Carlos owns a horrendous 6.82 ERA combined in his two seasons with Seattle, completely working his way out of the starting rotation. On top of his complete lack of production, he dealt with major injury issues in 2009, amassing only ...

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