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Baker: Milton Bradley on why he asked for help

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Geoff Baker provides a hefty article on what lead to Milton Bradley seeking help for his personal demons. Between this and the upcoming ESPN.com Interview, I imagine there will be plenty of talk about Bradley during the off-day.

Why I Don't Care

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I don't like the idea of making a Fanpost on this, so I will hide this here as a Fanshot where it is out of the way. But I want to make a comment about this Milton Bradley thing that we have rehashed 20 times. Milton Bradley had an "incident" yesterday. Other websites are using this to show off how right they were. The problem is that they are arguing the wrong thing. No one denied that Milton Bradley tends to do odd, emotional things as a reaction to baseball events. No one. Lookout Landing didn't. GMZ didn't. Wak didn't. Milton Bradley didn't. He has some serious emotional issues that he has always had and always will have. The thing is: I don't care. And neither should anyone else. His personal problems may seem public, but the truth is that they don't matter. Why should I, or anyone else, care how Milton Bradley reacts to failure? 1) Milton Bradley's attitude has not caused Figgins, Griffey, Lopez, Sweeney or Rob Johnson's offensive struggles. 2) Milton Bradley's attitude has not lost us all of these games. 3) Milton Bradley's attitude has not caused the poor bullpen management. 4) Milton Bradley's attitude did not cause Cliff Lee's injury. 5) Milton Bradley's attitude is not the reason we lost any of these games. His emotional problems have, quite frankly, affected nothing. Zero. Nada. We wouldn't win or lose more games just because he is having an emotional problem. And because Milton Bradley's attitude isn't the reason we have been losing, I don't see any good reason to give a shit if he wants to have an attitude with this team. There is literally only ONE reason to care about his attitude, and that reason is that some times he needs to take a few days off to cool down. His personal issues are nothing more than the equivalent of a recurring injury. Occasionally he gets hurt, except his hurt is emotional instead of physical. That's it. The only reason to care about Bradley's emotional outbursts are because you are upset he needs to miss a few games, and the only way you can be upset is if you are admitting that his bat is worth having in the lineup. You can't have both. Bradley's attitude has not caused this team to struggle and Bradley's attitude is unlikely to cause the team to struggle in the future. He can break as many bats on the plate as he wants, and it won't change the fact that the team sucking had literally nothing to do with his attitude, and everything to do with its good players struggling.

Jim Moore (Seattle PI) interviews Milton Bradley

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I'm trying to imagine myself hating Milton Bradley. It's not working. Maybe I should try loving him instead.

ESPN Interviews Milton Bradley (who felt like a prisoner in Chicago)

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More Milton Bradley stuff. Also with video! Just because...

Bradley blames Chitown for subpar performance.

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ESPN reporting. We all hope this is the truth... but did he really have to come out and say it?

Milton Bradley Getting Sued

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Apparently you have to pay rent. Who knew?

Milton Bradley takes out a full page add, lets Chicago know how he feels. Not sure if this is real...

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Milton Bradley takes out a full page add, lets Chicago know how he feels. Not sure if this is real or not, surprised it hadn't made its way around here yet regardless

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Milton Bradley --> Cubs - Deal done but not yet official

According to ESPN Radio. I haven't heard any word on the number of years or the amount of money involved, but I'll update this FanPost once I have that information. Assuming this detail is...

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