Mar 4, 2010, 12:15 PM EDT
“Two years ago, I played, and I was good. I go to
Chicago, not good. I’ve been good my whole career. So, obviously, it
was something with Chicago, not me.”
Yesterday it was stats vs. scouts. Today it’s Bradley vs. Chicago. Enough with the Cub-related false dichotomies already. Can’t we all just agree that everyone was wrong at times and behaved poorly and move on with life?
That said, I suspect that Milton Bradley will own up to his poor behavior in Chicago before anyone with the Cubs, the fanbase or in the Chicago press will own up to theirs. Might take a couple decades, but I bet Bradley is first.
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- Benches clear in Pittsburgh after the Brewers’ Carlos Gomez bat flips a third-inning triple 155
- Yankees activate Mark Teixeira from the disabled list 4
- Ivan Nova diagnosed with a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow 30
- Settling the Score: Saturday’s results 35
- Hank Aaron is getting vile racist hate mail in retaliation for pointing out that racism still exists (248)
- “They Don’t Know Henry” (167)
- Benches clear in Pittsburgh after the Brewers’ Carlos Gomez bat flips a third-inning triple (156)
- Doug Glanville’s story about being racially profiled at his own home (127)
- There is still a racial divide in baseball (112)