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Out of Left Field

September 25, 2007 | By RotoRob | comment on this post
Milton Bradley is done for the season.
Milton Bradley’s freakout Sunday lead to a season-ending injury. (4 San Diego)

You know you’re screwed when you lose two-thirds of your starting outfield to injuries inflicted by your own teammates. Such is life for the Padres, who have also lost their NL Wild Card lead. In today’s Daily Dose, we explore the nightmare that’s unfolding in San Diego.

Albert Pujols is back; The A’s have rewarded Bob Geren and Mark Ellis; A.J. Burnett’s no-show Monday got the conspiracy theories cooking; Aaron Harang had a hiccup; and Mark Grudzielanek came through in a pinch.

If you’re fed up with the proliferation of supposed sex tapes of stars in the wake of the latest Meg White rumour, maybe it’s time to turn your attention elsewhere. Like the hoards of fantasy baseball-related blurbs you’ll find in the Dose!

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2 Responses to “Out of Left Field”

  1. tlmcleod says:

    Milton Bradley, what a total waste. I’m sorry, but just plain tired of hearing about the guy. His career accomplishments consists of never hitting 20 hr, never making it to 70 rbi’s, no 20 sb seasons, only one year with a ba over 300 and since 2000 has managed to get in 400+ ab’s a grand total of once. Going on 30 now, that “unlimited potential” tag has plum wore itself out here. Milton, regardless of what transpired in your latest misadventure, if you had for once put the team ahead of yourself the end result might have been a very much different one.

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