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February 17, 2011 at 10:07 AM

Milton Bradley arrives at camp

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There is still one day to go before mandatory physicals for position players, but several are now flowing in here early — among them, Milton Bradley.
Bradley has been advised by his lawyer not to comment on his arrest last month.
He walked up to some reporters individually, including this one, to say hello. But he wouldn’t comment on any of the events of the past month.
“There’s a lot I’d like to say, but I can’t right now,” he said.


Bradley took part in some workouts this morning. He has a private hearing with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office on March 9, but it appears that no criminal charges will be filed against him in the domestic dispute that took place back in January.
The City Attorney’s Office, for now, has decided to proceed with the private hearing in lieu of arraigning Bradley on charges of making criminal threats. Bradley has one year, $12 million remaining on his contract with the M’s and is expected to compete for time in the outfield and at designated hitter.
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David Aardsma was out walking around on crutches between fields this morning, putting about 40 percent weight on his foot. Aardsma took a seat in the bullpen area to watch Felix Hernandez and company throw some sessions.

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