Call me crazy, but the Cubs would be better off without Milton Bradley.
In 51 games this season Bradley has already suffered two injuries and served a suspension for arguing with an umpire.
It’s the story of his baseball life: bruised body, bruised ego.
Why Jim Hendry ever believed Milton Bradley could stay healthy–or sane–on the North Side, I don’t know?
But it seems consecutive sweeps in the postseason encouraged Hendry to take a risk he normally wouldn’t bite on.
At last, the decision to sign Bradley for 3-years at $30 million is biting him back.