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Possible Milton Bradley Suitors

Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle mentions several potential suitors for Milton Bradley in today's column.  She names the Padres and Pirates as possibilities, citing connections to Paul DePodesta and Jim Tracy.  Additionally, Slusser quotes Billy Beane in saying that he worked on a Bradley trade within the past three weeks but it fell through.

The Pirates, as a noncontender, really don't need to be picking up impending free agents.  There's just no reason for it.  They need to give as much playing time to young players as possible.

The Padres, though, make a fine fit.  Bradley could help them in all three outfield spots, when healthy.  John Perrotto confirms interest from both teams

Meanwhile, the Mets will apparently pass because of Bradley's baggage.  Bradley, though, had a relatively peaceful stay in Oakland. 



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