Milton Bradley Seattle Mariners

Age: 44 (April 15, 1978) | 6' 0" | 215lbs. | Bats: Both
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
CLE AL 2001 10 18 3 4 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 .222 .300 .278 10 15 .267 n/a
MON NL 2001 67 220 19 49 19 62 16 3 1 19 7 4 .223 .288 .336 8 26 .306 n/a
CLE AL 2002 98 325 48 81 32 58 18 3 9 38 6 3 .249 .317 .406 9 16 .279 n/a 8
CLE AL 2003 101 377 61 121 64 73 34 2 10 56 17 7 .321 .421 .501 14 16 .371 n/a 23
LAN NL 2004 141 516 72 138 71 123 24 0 19 67 15 11 .267 .362 .424 12 21 .317 n/a 20
LAN NL 2005 75 283 49 82 25 47 14 1 13 38 6 1 .290 .350 .484 8 15 .308 n/a 14
OAK AL 2006 96 351 53 97 51 65 14 2 14 52 10 2 .276 .370 .447 13 16 .304 n/a 14
OAK AL 2007 19 65 6 19 8 14 4 0 2 7 2 1 .292 .373 .446 11 19 .340 n/a 3 2
SD NL 2007 42 144 31 45 23 27 5 1 11 30 3 1 .312 .414 .590 14 16 .321 n/a 10 9
TEX AL 2008 126 414 78 133 80 112 32 1 22 77 5 3 .321 .436 .563 16 22 .388 n/a 25 23
CHN NL 2009 124 393 61 101 66 95 17 1 12 40 2 3 .257 .378 .397 14 20 .310 n/a 9 10
SEA AL 2010 73 244 28 50 28 75 9 1 8 29 8 2 .205 .292 .348 10 27 .258 n/a 5 4
SEA AL 2011 28 101 12 22 13 31 6 1 2 13 4 0 .218 .313 .356 11 27 .294 45/13/42 2 2
Career 12yrs 1042 3605 541 976 496 817 202 17 125 481 88 40 .271 .364 .440 12 20 .317 n/a
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I had mid-June, but I think I had "struck by lightning".
Thomas Odom Mendoza
Jun 13 '08
Who had June 11 in the pool?
Mike Gianella MikeG
Jun 12 '08
As terrific as he's been this year, he was just as good with the Padres last year before the freak injury. Now, he's even stealing bases.
Thomas Rosenthal TommyR
Jun 6 '08
I'm just happy to own him, even if my Indians are not. Cleveland would be a very different team with Bradley and/or Phillips added to the middle of the order, fiesty surely, but these two ballplayers, who came to Cleveland in trades and then were sent away because of temperment, can hit. If Bradley plays only half a season -- say 350 ABs -- he still be worth Alex's bid. The rest is gravy.
David Molyneaux NeauxBrainr
May 20 '08
Well, you consider going close to or over $15 cause the "established ceiling" was established over 377 abs. In his last 80 games, MB has gone 53-19-55-3-.317, with an OPS over 1.0. More than half those games were with the Pads (pitcher's park). He shatters that ceiling with ease if he can stay healthy in Texas. It may be a big if, but he'll see most of his abs at DH.
Paul Benninghoff PaulB
May 19 '08
Can't imagine going to double digits -- why pay $15 (or close to it) when the established ceiling (from 2003, no less) is $23? I think you're happy in the $8 range, but you're still holding your breath.
Mike Dean TMU2008
Mar 18 '08
Regardless of his health status on Opening Day, the bid needs to be cut in half. Yes, he could earn $30 if everything clicks, but the odds of that happening are like the odds of Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee showing up on the Yankee Stadium mound on Opening Day and ironing out their disagreements with a big ol' hug.
Mike Gianella MikeG
Mar 17 '08
How the heck do you get 'general body soreness' from DH-ing and being pinch-ran for when you get on base? Even if he's just starting to work out seriously given the knee injury, he shouldn't be too sore to DH. This has got to be something beyond a couple of Advil.
Chris  Patterson YoLaTengo
Mar 17 '08