Cubs Say Farewell to a Legend as Milton Bradley Leaves Chicago

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Jo-Ryan Salazar in MLB
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And so another chapter ends in a city that has witnessed one of its teams win a World Series title in the last 93 years—and the team in particular is NOT the Cubs. The Cubs, under manager Lou Pinella and crow-eating general manager Jim "Boo-Boo" Hendry, ended their ties with two-timing renegade switch-hitter Milton Bradley by suspending him for the rest of the 2009 Major League season for decrying their ineptitude to win any title he deems "substantial to my own sanity." "There is a reason why the team I am glad to get the [expletive] out of has been futile for the past century," Bradley said in an official, profanity-laced statement through his agents, the Levinson brothers of Seth and Sam. "It ain't my fault. It's that fact that you [expletive]s keep scrutinizing me for this and th ...

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