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Milton Bradley | Outfielder

Team: Seattle Mariners
Age / DOB:  (40) / 4/15/1978
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 215
Bats / Throws: Switch / Right
Drafted: 1996 / Rd. 2 (0) / WAS

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Milton Bradley has been sentenced to nearly three years in jail for abusing his estranged wife.
Bradley, who had faced up to 7 1/2 years in jail, also must perform 400 hours of community service. The 35-year-old played Major League Baseball for 11 seasons. Tue, Jul 2, 2013 07:37:00 PM

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The Associated Press reports that former major league outfielder Milton Bradley was convicted Monday of abusing his estranged wife.

A spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney's office said Bradley was convicted on nine misdemeanor counts, including assault with a deadly weapon and spousal battery. Prosecutors said Bradley threatened and attacked his wife five times between 2011 and 2012. He will be sentenced on July 2 faces up to 7 1/2 years in prison. Bradley, 35, played 11 seasons in MLB.
Tue, Jun 4, 2013 10:19:00 AM 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.

According to the report, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office has filed charges against Bradley, 34, stemming from five different incidents involving spousal battery, criminal threats, assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism and dissuading a witness from making a report. Bradley didn't play in 2012, but his career in baseball is obviously over.
Fri, Jan 11, 2013 03:07:00 PM

The Rockies met Wednesday with Milton Bradley's agent, according to the Sun-Times' Gordon Wittenmyer.

Bradley was released from the Mariners in mid-May after batting just .218/.313/.356 and has since been accused by his wife of making threats of violence. It'd be surprising to see the Rockies give him a shot.
Wed, Nov 16, 2011 05:25:00 PM

Milton Bradley is denying charges that he threatened to kill his wife with a gun late last month.

Monique Bradley filed for a restraining order soon after the incident, and now Milton is trying to have it dismissed. The former major league outfielder told a Los Angeles Court Tuesday that his wife has a "habit of making false charges," citing other claims of arguments that turned violent. Bradley was released by the Mariners in May and is unlikely to return to Major League Baseball.
Source: FOX Sports
Tue, Oct 25, 2011 11:31:00 AM

Court documents obtained by allege that Milton Bradley threatened to kill his wife last month.

Monique Bradley alleges that her husband threatened her with a baseball bat during a September 27 incident, and picked up a photo of a gun and told her, "This is the gun that I'm going to kill you with." She added that Bradley has been "emotionally and physically abusive" throughout their marriage, but she would often take him back because "I genuinely believed that one day I could fix him." A hearing on the matter is scheduled for October 25, and, in the meantime, Monique has filed a restraining order.
Fri, Oct 14, 2011 08:19:00 AM

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.

Bradley was arrested earlier this year for allegedly making threats against his wife. Police were sent to the same address for Tuesday's arrest, though details of the incident aren't yet available. Bradley, who hasn't played since being cut loose by the Mariners in May, was released on bail and is due back in court on October 18.
Wed, Sep 28, 2011 02:47:00 PM

Mariners released OF Milton Bradley.

Bradley was designated for assignment by the Mariners last week and probably didn't draw any trade interest from other clubs. Jon Heyman of heard from two baseball executives Friday that it's possible no organization will bother taking a chance in free agency either. Bradley is simply too much of a distraction and was batting just .218/.313/.356 for Seattle this year.
Mon, May 16, 2011 01:35:00 PM

Two baseball executives told'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.

"I think he's had enough chances,'' one said. The another executive, who is part of a recent team of Bradley's, added, "He's a fun sucker. He sucks the fun out of everything. Everyone walks around on tippy toes because nobody wants to offend him ... He has enough money. He should use it to get some help.'' It would be different if Bradley were still hitting, but two straight years of horrible production makes the fiery outfielder/DH an unattractive option right now.
Fri, May 13, 2011 12:20:00 PM

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.

The Padres' offense is horrendous, and Hoyer indicated that Bradley has supporters in the clubhouse, including former manager Bud Black, but evidently he just doesn't see a fit. It's going to be hard for Bradley to find work anywhere.
Thu, May 12, 2011 01:11:00 PM

Mariners designated OF Milton Bradley for assignment.

It had looked like Bradley dodged a bullet after Ryan Langerhans was designated for assignment in order to make room for Mike Wilson. But, the M's weren't done there, as they also brought up Carlos Peguero and sent Bradley packing. He simply wasn't worth the headache anymore with a .218/.313/.356 batting line on the season. Someone will probably be willing to take a shot on him, but it's entirely possible Bradley's days as a starter are over.
Mon, May 9, 2011 02:04:00 PM

Milton Bradley is a candidate to be designated for assignment in order to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Mike Wilson.

Bradley is batting only .218/.313/.356 with two home runs and has been woeful in the outfield. The Mariners would have to eat what's left of his $12 million salary for this season, but they might be willing to do so at this point. Other candidates to be designated for assignment are Ryan Langerhans and Chris Ray, or the M's could remove someone like Edward Paredes or Yoervis Medina from the 40-man roster.
Mon, May 9, 2011 08:26:00 AM

Milton Bradley was ejected from Friday's game in the eighth inning for arguing a called third strike.

Three days after he served a one-game suspension. Bradley had to be pulled away from the home plate ump by manager Eric Wedge before exiting the field. He didn't do anything to warrant a suspension, but maybe he'll get one anyway since he's such a repeat offender.
Sat, May 7, 2011 12:41:00 AM

Milton Bradley is back in the Mariners' starting lineup Wednesday evening against the Rangers.

Bradley served a one-game suspension on Tuesday night. The 33-year-old outfielder is batting .200/.313/.353 with two homers and 12 RBI in 24 games this season.
Wed, May 4, 2011 05:58:00 PM

Milton Bradley has dropped his appeal of his one-game suspension.

He'll serve the suspension Tuesday. Ryan Langerhans is starting in left field for the M's tonight.
Tue, May 3, 2011 07:39:00 PM

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