Milton Bradley: Who Were We Kidding?

Posted: 21st September 2009 by TAB BAMFORD in MLB
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Before Sunday's game in St. Louis, the Chicago Cubs sent outfielder Milton Bradley home for the rest of the season. Bradley, according to Cubs GM Jim Hendry, was suspended for the remainder of the 2009 season because the way he was speaking to the media about the Cubs' fans was becoming increasingly intolerable. What surprises me more than Bradley's suspension is that there are people defending him. There are readers and writers on this site that will undoubtedly spill hellfire onto the comments board below this story, like Marco Radenkovich, saying Bradley never got a fair chance as a member of the Cubs. The fans never bought into him as a player. He's a martyr. Some might even go as far as to remind me that Bradley only made $5 million this year, and that a relative value ...

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