Originally Posted by BuckeyeRedleg
His offensive numbers and the fact that he's a RH hitting OF make him very similar to Austin Kearns.
Austin Kearns with an attitude.
I'm not sure how is defense stacks up, but his numbers are almost identical. He's just two years older and as I said, with much more attitude than AK.
I say, what do they have to lose? Low risk, mid to high reward. Shine him up and flip him.
I thought Kearns already had an attitude.
Bradley's "attitude" leans more towards the sociopathic. That said, he's a good hitter, good fielder, and has decent speed. If he can stay even remotely healthy, he'll be a contributor to any team.