Seattle’s Milton Bradley Needs To Let His Hatred for the Chicago Cubs Go

March 11, 2010 by  

"I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and doggonit, people like me."

That was not a quote from Milton Bradley, formerly of the Chicago Cubs, and about a fourth of the teams in baseball.

He's probably not good enough. He certainly wasn't in Chicago.

I don't know how smart he is, but does a guy that acts like him have anything upstairs? 

As for people liking him—well you know the answer to that one.

People can't stand him—from his teammates, coaches, managers, GM's, and the fans.

Have I left anyone out?

If they knew him, they wouldn't like him either.

He doesn't even like himself.

After  departing Chicago and the debacle that was his time on the north s...

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