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Milton Bradley: The Most Paranoid Man in Sports

Published by on May 26, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

The Kinks sang the line "paranoia the destroyer" in their 1981 song Destroyer. He was only 3 years old at the time, but it was as if they had Cubs’ outfielder Milton Bradley—who should use the tune as his entrance music— in mind when penning those words.

"Silly boy you got so much to live for
So much to aim for, so much to try for
You blowing it all with paranoia
You’re so insecure you self-destroyer"

Playing for his seventh team in 10 years, Bradley was in the news a couple weeks ago drawing a two-game suspension (reduced to one on appeal) for "aggressively arguing balls and strikes" and he’s at it again.

The latest in his saga are claims that MLB's umpires are f...

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