Dodgers ship Milton Bradley

I'm pretty glad for that bit of news. I have very vivid memories of attending this game and watching as Milton Bradley put on a spectacular demonstration of how to massacre an entire city in one night. Milton Bradley was Achilles and the Dodgers were the Trojan Horse. The Padres played the role of the schmucks that particular night.

If I remember the order of events correctly (and I do thanks to re-reading that article), it went:

  1. Rob a three run home run

  2. Hit a two run home run

  3. Hit another two run home run

  4. Kill the Padre men

  5. Rape the Padre horses

  6. Ride away on the Padre women
So, good luck to you Milton Bradley, but your reign of tyranny in San Diego is over.
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