As we anxiously await the Cubs plans for the offseason, I ran across this little sentence in a Phil Rogers column that scared me to death.

Wonder if the Cubs would be interested in gambling on Milton Bradley? The Dodgers are trying to move him and he could be a high-risk, high-reward project for manager Dusty Baker

I really hope that Hendry is not even considering this one. Phil Rogers even suggesting it is Taboo. This club needs a severe Operation this offseason, but Bradley is a horrible guy that will turn this team right back to the team of 04 that whined and complained throughout the entire year. He’s a cancer, in my opinion. It’s not worth rolling the dice and hoping for a Yahtzee. Ok Ok, i’ll stop now.

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