Someone in Milton Bradley‘s support group – and you thought “Kentucky census worker” was a bad job – has decided that Milton should express remorse over the way he blew up his Cubs career by lashing out against the media, fans and organization in a newspaper interview.
“I chose Chicago as a free agent,” reads the statement drafted on Bradley’s behalf, “because I wanted to be part of finally bringing a championship to Cubs fans. I expected to have a great season and I am deeply disappointed by my performance and the team’s struggles. I played every game with everything that I had and wanted to desperately win.
“My frustration and disappointment boiled over and I said and did certain things that I regret. In hindsight, I wish that I had handled certain things differently and I apologize for those things that did not work out for the better.
“The air has been cleared, and we all want to move on and look forward to better days.”
I agree with Milton on one thing – we do all want to move on and look forward to better days. Better days that do not include Milton Bradley as a member of the Cubs.