Bradley takes out full-page ad telling Cubs fans to rot in hell
Polarizing outfielder Milton Bradley took out a full-page advertisement in Tuesday's edition of the Chicago Tribune to express his ingratitude for how he was treated during his lone season with the Chicago Cubs. Bradley followed the lead of recently traded star pitcher Roy Halladay, who also took out a similar ad this week to thank the Toronto Blue Jays and their fans for their support throughout his career. The controversial switch-hitting slugger, however, took a different approach than Halladay. Among other things, he wrote about the “shocking” lack of support shown by the Cubs’ fan base and members of the organization. He then concluded the ad by telling Chicago fans, manager Lou Pineilla, general manager Jim Hendry, local media and all National League umpires to rot in hell. Check the image above to read the full text of the letter.
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