Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - The Cleveland Indians sent Milton Bradley to Triple-A Buffalo on Saturday, two days after the veteran outfielder stormed out of the team's spring training camp.
Bradley, who just signed a one-year contract in November, was one of Cleveland's most consistent performers at the plate last year before a lower back injury ended his season prematurely on August 9.
At the time of his injury, Bradley was third in the American League in batting with a .321 average, and also led the team in runs, walks, doubles, runs batted in, hits and stolen bases.
Bradley was also solid in center field with a .992 fielding percentage, sixth-best in the AL. He made just two errors in 253 total chances and added six assists.