Monday, January 5, 2009

Cubs Sign Milton Bradley


After all of the rumors, the Cubs signed outfielder Milton Bradley -Insert board game joke here- to a 3-year $30 million contract today.

So, here's another guy with great potential, who has been hampered by injuries in recent years. Last year was one of Bradley's best, making an all-star appearance with a .321 average and 22 homers.

If I'm not mistaken, Bradley is also known for some antics. In the past, he has been a jersey shedding, fan chasing, knee exploding while arguing, circus act.

In short, he should fit in pretty well out by the bleachers, but if his numbers hold steady, he will be a great addition to the Cubs lineup too.

2 comments:

Ethan Samson said...

I absolutely hate this signing. He does put up good numbers when he plays, which is NOT too often. He has played over 130 games only ONE season in his 8 year career (six of those 8 seasons under 100 games). Also, the cubs are his SEVENTH team! That's ridiculous! No one wants this guy to stick around. I am so pissed off that we got rid of DeRosa and got this clown.

StevieY19 said...

Yeah, but he's fun! Right?

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