The Cleveland Indians have begun talks with the Chicago Cubs about reacquiring Milton Bradley, according to Haul Poynes of the Dain Plealer. The Indians were forced to deal Bradley before the 2004 season after a publicized altercation with then-manager and notable clubhouse cancer, Eric Wedge. Feeling tightness in his groin, Bradley did not sprint to first after hitting a weak pop fly in a Spring Training game, March 31. Wedge, big bad meanie that he was, called him out for it: ôMilton crossed the line that day for the final time,ö he said. ôItÆs a shame we had to part with Milton,ö Indians GM Mark Shapiro said Tuesday, ôbut it was for his own good. It was clear that he could not succeed on a team ruled by an iron-fisted dictator.ö Five-and-a-half years later, Cubs GM Jim Hendry fin ...
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