No, not the watch in which he, Ted Lilly and Carlos Zambrano are questioned in connection with the disappearance of a certain St. Louis Cardinals manager and first baseman.
The watch where Bradley proves to me that he can't handle being healthy for five minutes.
From the Chicago Sun-Times:
"Playing in his first game as a Cub on Thursday, right fielder Milton Bradley saw seven pitches, drew a first-inning walk and was replaced by a pinch runner because of ''mild tightness'' in his left quadriceps.
It was a precautionary move for Bradley, who told the field staff before the game that he felt the tightness in his leg and agreed to play long enough to get one at-bat."
Only the Cubs would sign a player who gets injured while drawing a walk.
So Bradley is hurt. In more breaking news:
- The sky is blue.
- Water is wet.
- My president is black.
I wonder if the Cubs know Manny Ramirez is still on the market.