Milton's Really, Really Sorry
"I chose Chicago as a free agent," Bradley said in the statement,
"because I wanted to be part of finally bringing a championship to Cubs
fans. I expected to have a great season and I am deeply disappointed by
my performance and the team's struggles. I played every game with
everything that I had and wanted to desperately win.
"My frustration and disappointment boiled over and I said and did
certain things that I regret," he said. "In hindsight, I wish that I
had handled certain things differently and I apologize for those things
that did not work out for the better.
"The air has been cleared," he said, "and we all want to move on and look forward to better days."
The union will not file a grievance and Milton will be paid for the rest of the year, but not rejoining the team.