MLB.com is reporting that the Rangers have come to terms with outfielder Milton Bradley on what appears to be a one-year deal. Its base worth is $5 million, though Bradley can earn a few incentives.
Of course, there’s still the issue of Bradley’s knee. He suffered a torn ACL towards the end of the season in that strange scuttle with Mike Winters and Padres manager Bud Black. Some reports have Bradley being ready by Opening Day, some have him sitting out the first month of the season.
Not that we could have expected it, but this report gives us no further insight into Bradley’s health condition. It does mention, though, that Bradley has to take a physical. I would certainly hope so.