Ah, Mr. Glass.

Chicago Cubs outfielder Milton Bradley’s recently strained calf – like so many of his injuries – is not quite bad enough to put him on the disabled list, but is bad enough that he’s going to miss several games.

Bradley, who injured the calf running out an infield chopper Tuesday night, avoided the disabled list when the team’s medical staff determined that his two-day progress showed he could be well enough to pinch-hit this weekend in Cincinnati with an eye toward returning to the lineup early in the week in Houston. CHICAGO SUN-TIMES.

Oooh! Could possibly, maybe pinch-hit this weekend!

  • ├čoog

    Of course he feels good enough to be available to pinch hit… 36 more games before that 2011 option vests! Lou needs to wake the fuck up and put him on the DL. His contract is the only reason he’s pulling this shit, no pun intended.

  • Ace

    Yeah, he desperately wants to avoid the DL… yet doesn’t seem to eager to actually play.

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