(Los Angeles, CA) — Former Major League Baseball All-Star Milton Bradley is facing a lengthy prison sentence after being convicted of attacking his estranged wife. Bradley was convicted of multiple misdemeanors Monday for attacking and threatening his estranged wife Monique on five different occasions. The former L.A. Dodger faces over seven years in jail when he is sentenced July 2nd.
Bradley played for eight teams over his eleven-year Major League Baseball career before retiring in 2011. He was well known for his run-ins with umpires and occasionally teammates. Bradley was an All-Star in 2008 with the Texas Rangers. He also played with the Expos, Indians, A’s, Padres, Cubs and Mariners.
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