Blame It on Chicago

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Blame It on Chicago

What do you know?  It turns out that Milton Bradley’s problems with the Cubs were someone else’s fault.  At least according to Milton:

“Two years ago, I played, and I was good,” Bradley said. “I go to Chicago, not good. I’ve been good my whole career. So, obviously, it was something with Chicago, not me.”

He added: “Just no communication. I never hit more than 22 homers in my career, and all of a sudden I get to Chicago and they expect me to hit 30. It doesn’t make sense. History tells you I’m not going to hit that many. Just a lot of things that try to make me a player I’m not.”

Here’s the whole article which is really about the Mariners’ chances on 2010.  It’s going to be an interesting year in Seattle, no doubt about that.

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