Milton Bradley has decided not to appeal his season-ending suspension by the Chicago Cubs – though, he’ll be gladly accepting his paychecks along the way. Accepting the suspension came with[Read More…]
Archive for September, 2009
In an ongoing story where every piece seems more unbelievable than the last, Milton Bradley and those around him do not disappoint. Milton Bradley’s mother, Charlena Rector, came to his[Read More…]
We all know that the Chicago Cubs will try to deal disgruntled (and disgruntling) outfielder Milton Bradley this offseason. But we didn’t know how much the team expects that a[Read More…]
Congrats to Derrek Lee on topping his career high RBI mark, and to Randy Wells for his first solid start in the last few.
The Major League Baseball players’ union may file a grievance on Milton Bradley’s behalf after the outfielder was (finally) suspended by the Chicago Cubs for the rest of the season[Read More…]
Usually when a player is disciplined, either by Major League Baseball or by the player’s team, the player’s teammates tow the company line, but avoid making any comments that indicate[Read More…]
Crushed. Feels like a long time since that happened.
Finally, a win. It’s both little and late, but still, it feels good.
We guessed that Milton Bradley’s most recent – and unbelievable – comments about the Chicago Cubs would lead to his walking papers, and in a way, they have. Within the[Read More…]
There comes a point in long stories where the story almost becomes a parody of itself. You’ll remember it from the Brett Favre will-he-won’t-he saga. At some point, it’s true,[Read More…]
Walk-off games are so exciting, aren’t they!?!?!?!?
What a serious kick in the grapes. And you’ll note: the Heilman pitch to Holliday really wasn’t that bad.
Chicago Cubs right fielder Milton Bradley left yesterday’s game against the Brewers in the sixth inning after perceiving some knee swelling. This is, of course, no big deal in two[Read More…]