FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal are reporting that the Chicago Cubs and switch-hitting outfielder Milton Bradley have agreed on a deal. Bradley hit .321 for the Texas Rangers with 22 home runs and a league-best .436 on-base percentage last season.
Bradley, who will join his seventh team in the last five seasons, is expected to play right field and help balance the Cubs' predominantly right-handed hitting line-up.
And needless to say, he will provide a certain blogger with plenty of ammo for the next few seasons. I hope the readership of TBDS is ready for a wild ride.