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Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby Ricko » Fri Aug 03, 2007 11:26 pm

I see he left after 2 ABs. Anyone know why?
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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby Rollotommasi » Fri Aug 03, 2007 11:45 pm

OMG

what happened ???

:~(
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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby Rollotommasi » Fri Aug 03, 2007 11:50 pm

they say "injured" on Padres board........... :-t
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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby chinst » Sat Aug 04, 2007 12:33 am

Strained right hamstring

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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby Rollotommasi » Sat Aug 04, 2007 12:57 am

chinst wrote:Strained right hamstring

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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby coldfusion » Sat Aug 04, 2007 3:22 am

What???! I just had Pence, Victorino, AND Renteria go down and now Bradley?? He's been the only reason I'm still above water losing my two top outfielders. God damn this is getting ridiculous.
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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby RedHopeful » Sat Aug 04, 2007 3:29 am

coldfusion wrote:What???! I just had Pence, Victorino, AND Renteria go down and now Bradley?? He's been the only reason I'm still above water losing my two top outfielders. God damn this is getting ridiculous.


It is nuts but with a guy like Bradley, everyone in Vegas wasn't picking his next homer but rather his next injury. He's played 1 full DL-less season in the majors (2004). What does that tell u? This guy may be worth a ride but be ready to get off at any time. Just look at this list of DL stints for a laugh or cry (which ever one prefers):

May 2,2002 - 15 Day Disabled list - (contusion to his left eye) ... Jun 4,2002 - Activated ... Aug 30,2002 - Activated ... May 9,2003 - Activated ... Oct 3,2003 - Activated ... Jun 3,2005 - 15 Day Disabled list - (Injury unknown) ... Jul 23,2005 - Activated ... Aug 25,2005 - 15 Day Disabled list - (torn patellar tendon in his left knee) ... Sep 2,2005 - Transferred to 60 day DL. ... May 7,2006 - 15 Day Disabled list - (sprained right knee) ... Jun 6,2006 - Activated ... Jun 20,2006 - 15 Day Disabled list - (strained left shoulder ) ... Jul 13,2006 - Activated ...

List doesn't even include this year. My favorite is the unknown injury. HaHa! :-b
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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby Bwanna » Sat Aug 04, 2007 7:46 am

Any updates on Milt's health?
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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby Bwanna » Sat Aug 04, 2007 8:51 am

Jeff Kallman wrote:BORN UNDER A BAD SIGN?—That could be Milton Bradley—if it wasn’t for bad luck, the switch-hitting San Diego Padres outfielder might not have no luck at all: he came out of Friday night’s game against the San Francisco Giants with a tweaked hamstring, the last thing he needs after four DL tours during a contract year already.

[Manager] Buddy [Black] thought I wasn’t running real well. It’s definitely frustrating. My whole career I’ve had to deal with stuff like this.

—Milton Bradley, to reporters, after the Padres beat the Giants, 4-3, in ten innings, on a night Greg Maddux (who’d expressed he didn’t want to be the one to do it) didn’t let Barry Bonds park Number 755 off him.

Bradley also suggested the Oakland Athletics—who swapped him to San Diego at June’s end after designating him for assignment eight days earlier—often tried rushing him back from injuries when he might not have been completely ready to go. “Pretty much the last two years I’ve been hurt and collecting a check,” he told reporters. “You feel the pressure. … It was a tough go.”

But he also had kind words for the San Diego medical staff for working properly with him before the hamstring tweak.
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Re: Milton Bradley Again on 8/3!

Postby MotorCityKitties » Sat Aug 04, 2007 10:06 am

Oh well,
Anyone relying on him was in trouble to begin with. It was a nice couple weeks, but no one is surprised.
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