Tuesday March 9, 2009
Woe is me. I am misunderstood. Its all everyone else fault. I never do anything wrong.
That is Milton Bradley’s refrain. Consistently. Everywhere he goes.
His latest interview continued the pattern. Its obvious this guy cannot control his anger or his mouth. Maybe its time someone cut the PC stuff and said to Bradley,
“Hey buddy. go look in a mirror. You will see the man who is responsible for all of your problems”.
What was once a promising season for the Seattle Mariners is looking more and more like another train wreck that happens to whatever team Bradley plays for. They should jettison him while they still have the chance, before he can become the inevitable cancer he has been in each of his previous stops.
There is a reason that the Rangers, a team that he played like an MVP for in 2008, would not take him back for what basically amounted to $1 million for 2010.
Bradley should just go back to the hole he crawled out of. He is an embarrassment to the game of baseball.
Today Jim Hendry, GM of the Chicago Cubs, came out and said exactly what Web said someone should say. Namely that Bradley’s problems are self induced.