Right field

On Saturday, the right field bleacher fans were still buzzing over Milton Bradley’s gaffes the day before. They taunted him in the second inning, chanting, “Mil-ton, Mil-ton.” Bradley played along and waved his right arm in unison with the crowd. They resumed the chant in the top of the fourth.

On Sunday, after Bradley caught Justin Morneau’s fly ball in the first inning for the second out, he signaled “two outs” to the fans. Bradley was just having fun.

He may be the one most affected by the departure of hitting coach Gerald Perry, who was fired on Sunday. The two had worked together in Oakland, and were very close.

– Carrie Muskat

 

3 Comments

He may be the one most affected by the departure of hitting coach Gerald Perry, who was fired on Sunday??? The two had worked together in Oakland, and were very close??? What do you mean affected Carrie? He may now get WORSE because his “very close” hitting coach is gone?
Yikes!!! DeRosa.

Bradley will produce. Let him be. Sorry about Perry, but need a shakeup. Milton will be OK.
The more media, fans etc. ride him the worse it will be.

Look that stunt Milton pulled was unacceptable, but the Cubs woulda lost anyway. The man SHOULD hit, but if he doesn’t by the trade deadline I think we need to make a move for a better bat. I hope the hitting coach change will be for the better if not after the season go after Rudy Jaramillo from Texas

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