Milton Bradley traded to A's : Dodgers trade Bradley to Oakland for nobody.
posted by Joe88 to baseball at 06:24 PM - 14 comments
This is so great for the As, they really need another strong bat in the lineup and they got one with milton bradley. I am excited for the As this year.
posted by NickNoodle at 06:38 PM on December 13
Don't throw anything at him, Oakland fans!
posted by Venicemenace at 06:55 PM on December 13
hey it wasn't for nobody! it was for Andre Ethier, only the AA texas league player of the year, joe! dodgers also gave them antonio perez who, besides the whole in his glove, isn't too bad of a utility player. *sigh* at least ethier plays OF, right? right??? at what point will dodger fans get to brag more about their major league team as opposed to their farm system?
posted by ninjavshippo at 07:12 PM on December 13
Yes, the A's had a good day today. The Dodgers did not. We must keep in mind that he was traded for nobody. This is like Raul Mondesi to NYY for nobody, sold. Bradley was not even sold, given away. Although he had mercury. Antonio Perez was also traded with Bradley.
posted by Joe88 at 09:23 PM on December 13
Although he had mercury. Should I be calling Homeland Security?
posted by yerfatma at 06:25 AM on December 14
Looking at Bradley's numbers, which aren't that great even for a non-headcase, I think the Dodgers did well to get a standout player in AA. Reading Bradley's comment about how happy he is for himself and the Dodgers, I can't help but think that next season, he's going to be the first Major Leaguer who killed an opponent during interleague play.
posted by rcade at 06:59 AM on December 14
Looking at Bradley's numbers, which aren't that great even for a non-headcase, I think the Dodgers did well to get a standout player in AA. It's all about the 2003 season (and the minors), with Bradley. The idea that he could put together a full season of those numbers again is what makes people give him "one more chance."
posted by grum@work at 10:59 AM on December 14
Dodgers get a star playing in AA while the A's get a guy who should be attending AA.
posted by sandman at 11:15 AM on December 14
It was a good deal for the Dodgers. Bradley has been a head case for quite a while. Lots of potential but not much in the results dept!
posted by daddisamm at 12:23 PM on December 14
posted by chris2sy at 03:24 PM on December 14
uh, translation please.
posted by Desert Dog at 03:58 PM on December 14
Vazquez to the White Sox. They just keep getting scarier.
posted by panoptican at 04:45 PM on December 14
If any clubhouse can reform a head case, it's the A's. They're cool like Fonzi. Unless your name is Arthur Rhodes.
posted by dusted at 05:16 PM on December 14
Bradley's got a lot of potential, and is only 27. He's wound a bit too tight, but a team like the A's has to grab someone with his upside when he's available in hopes he'll put them over the top. His health is an ongoing concern, though.
posted by dyams at 05:47 PM on December 14
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