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Re: The continuing adventures of Idiotic Milton Bradley


Bradley's "racism" vid-

I would bet a paycheck that:

A. He's lying about receiving hate mail that had no postmark nor address.
B. The Chicago fan that said he and Soriano were useless, didn't mention them "needing to go back to the ghetto".

And I never realized he didn't have an upper jaw bone, nor upper teeth.
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And now, on to Seattle-
TWO ejections in 3 days. What a pearl he is.

March 20th-2010
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP)—Chris Heisey(notes) had a pinch-hit, two-run homer—the first of four off left-hander Jason Vargas(notes)—and the Cincinnati Reds powered their way to a 6-2 victory over the Seattle Mariners, who lost outfielder Milton Bradley (notes) to another ejection.

Bradley was thrown out by plate umpire Jon Merry in the fourth inning for tossing his bat after taking a called third strike. It was his second ejection in three days.

Bradley also was kicked out in the third inning of an 8-1 loss to Texas on Wednesday, when he took a called third strike, put his bat down and stayed in the box until plate umpire Dan Bellino ejected him.

The Cubs traded Bradley to the Mariners last December for pitcher Carlos Silva(notes) after another season of outbursts. Bradley was suspended for one game last season for arguing a called third strike, and was sent home early from a game after he attacked a water cooler after popping out. Chicago suspended him for the final two weeks of the season after he criticized the atmosphere surrounding the team.


PS- Hey Marco-

After reading this old thread again. I have to say--You really were a leg-humping jerk when you first showed up here.
I'm glad that since then, you've mellowed out all the way down to now just being an annoyingly anal bastard! emoticon



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Finally, he's seen the light.
Good luck Milton.
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Baseball: Milton Bradley seeks Seattle Mariners' help with his personal issues

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Posted: 05/05/2010 10:39:14 PM PDT


Milton Bradley has asked the Seattle Mariners management for help in dealing with personal issues and is not likely to play much in the coming days.
Bradley was not in the starting lineup on Wednesday night against Tampa Bay, a day after he left the stadium following his benching by manager Don Wakamatsu, replaced by Ryan Langerhans.
General manager Jack Zduriencik says Bradley met with Wakamatsu and Zduriencik on Wednesday morning and told the pair "I need your help." Zduriencik says the team will do whatever it can to help Bradley.
Bradley, who helped the Oakland A's reach the ALCS in 2006, told the Mariners management that his issues have put him in a position where he can't compete the way he expects and that "It's been a long time coming."
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