Milton Bradley Could Be A Cub

By / January 5, 2009 / Hot Stove

If all goes well with the talks to finalize an agreement, Milton Bradley could be a part of the Chicago Cubs organization.

The contract is being reported to be for three years valued at $30 million. He just needs to pass a physical. However, FoxSports.com is saying there is still some “language issues” within the contract. When isn’t there?

This could be good for the Cubs. Unfortunately, I can see it blowing up in their face. It is no secret Bradley has his little temper tantrums like a 2-year-old toddler. I’m not sure how welcomed that would be in the Windy City.

I guess time will tell. He has taken anger management classes, for all the good those will do.

I will go on record to say I would not have minded Bradley coming to the Mets. With his attitude, he could light a fire under the players butts if they are slacking off or on a losing streak. I don’t want to hear a “pom-poms” talk. I want a “fire-and-brimstone” talk.

What the hell! Get me in that clubhouse when they are on a losing sreak. I will wake them up. Ha!

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Ed Leyro

Bradley has already been cheered at Shea. He was one of the Rangers’ players who played slip n’ slide on the tarp on June 14 during the deluge that caused a Father’s Day doubleheader this year. As long as his mind is right, he’s very productive, but when his mind isn’t…

Remember when John Stearns would say “the monster’s out of the cage” whenever Piazza got hot? I can imagine that applying to Tanya in the clubhouse after a losing streak. They’d start winning again in a hurry!

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Nilvio

He can flat out hit the ball. I agree with you Ed, if his mind is right. He will have a monster year hitting behind Ramirez and in front of Soto. For his sake, I pray that he can control his tempter. Live is much better, when your full of joy.

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