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Milton Bradley was lifted in his first Spring start for a pinch runner after a walk in his first at bat. Much gnashing of teeth and terror ensued.

Flash forward to today, where Bradley was once again lifted for a pinch runner early in the game.

At least this time it was in the fourth inning, and there isn’t yet a hint of injury. But still, is this guy ever going to be allowed to run the bases? Is he the new Kirk Gibson?

  • http://www.sharapovasthigh.com Matt

    With him pretty much saying he doesn’t give a crap about ST and how he just wants to be healthy, I think he’s just going to take himself out all the time.

    • Ace

      Which is pretty much how it should go. If he’s ready to go in April with minimal ST, fine with me.

  • http://www.sharapovasthigh.com Matt

    I agree.

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