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What can be expected from Milton Bradley?

Postby muetze » Tue Jul 10, 2007 2:34 pm

I was looking for an additional OF & was wondering what people thought of Milton Bradley? I think he has talent but he is injury prone & playing in San Diego will hinder his stats.

Would Luis Gonzalez be a better option?

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Re: What can be expected from Milton Bradley?

Postby wildbill » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:30 pm

For Bradley I'll guess 2 or 3 more stints on the DL totaling a month or so. He's the position player equivalent of AJ or Harden. When healthy he should still be able to put up close to 20/20 stats, prorated to games played of course.
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