Milton Bradley, Take a Look in the Mirror

Posted: 21st September 2009 by Ryne E. Hancock in MLB
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On Sunday, the Chicago Cubs' career of the most disappointing guy to hit Chicago, ever since Kevin Orie, ended. No, it wasn't Alfonso Soriano (who I'm sure isn't going anywhere, anytime soon), but your favorite moody right fielder, Milton Bradley. Bradley was suspended by the Cubs prior to the Cubs-Cardinals game in St. Louis, which was won by the Cubs 6-3 in 11 innings, after a three-run home run by Jake Fox. The reason for the suspension was due to the fact that Bradley, who was signed by the team to a $30 million deal before the start of the 2009 season, has constantly ripped the team and its fans for a variety of reasons and in the process, overstayed his welcome in the Windy City. I wrote about this back in August, concerning the fact that Bradley, who has something that a lot of peop ...

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