The Associated Press reports that former major league outfielder Milton Bradley was convicted Monday of abusing his estranged wife.
TMZ.com reports that Milton Bradley has been charged with 13 counts related to several alleged attacks on his estranged wife and could get up to 13 years in prison.
The Rockies met Wednesday with Milton Bradley's agent, according to the Sun-Times' Gordon Wittenmyer.
Milton Bradley is denying charges that he threatened to kill his wife with a gun late last month.
Court documents obtained by TMZ.com allege that Milton Bradley threatened to kill his wife last month.
According to Andrew Blankstein of the Los Angeles Times, Milton Bradley was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the San Fernando Valley on suspicion of felony battery.
Mariners released OF Milton Bradley.
Two baseball executives told SI.com's Jon Heyman they didn't think any team would be willing to sign Milton Bradley, who was designated for assignment by the Mariners Monday.
Padres GM Jed Hoyer told Darren Smith of XX1090 Sports Radio that he "[doesn't] think it's likely" they'll go after the recently designated for assignment Milton Bradley.
Mariners designated OF Milton Bradley for assignment.
Milton Bradley is a candidate to be designated for assignment in order to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Mike Wilson.
Milton Bradley was ejected from Friday's game in the eighth inning for arguing a called third strike.
Milton Bradley is back in the Mariners' starting lineup Wednesday evening against the Rangers.
Milton Bradley has dropped his appeal of his one-game suspension.