Ex-Dodger Milton Bradley Arrested on Battery Charges

Former Los Angeles Dodger Milton Bradley's post-baseball free fall hopefully hit it's bottom on Tuesday as the L.A. Times  has reported his second arrest of the calendar year for violent behavior.

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The 33 year old Bradley was booked Tuesday on suspicion of felony battery according to authorities, and was brought to the Van Nuys Jail for holding. The details of the incident were not available, but it was said that Bradley was arrested by the LAPD's West Valley Division at a residence in the San Fernando Valley.

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Bradley was also arrested by the LAPD back on January 18th for making threats against a woman, though the woman, the nature of their relationship or what fully went on were never divulged by law enforcement. No charges were ever filed. 

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Milton has been known to have anger-management issues on and off the field, a large reason why he spent time on the Dodgers, Mariners, Padres, A's, Indians, Rangers and Cubs during his 11 year professional career, never staying longer than two years on any team. Hopefully Milton can get his anger under control and get some help. 

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