So here's the text of what Royals' TV broadcaster
Ryan Lefebvre said that so totally pissed off Milton Bradley on Wednesday. Bradley, you may recall, heard the comments on the radio in the clubhouse following Wednesday's game, and sprinted up four levels at Kauffman Stadium to
"introduce himself" to Lefebvre in the broadcast booth. Fortunately he was intercepted by Rangers' general manager Jon Daniels and nothing happened.
From Jason Whitlock's column in the Kansas City Star:
“Here’s a guy, with all the troubles he’s had, has shown that if you work at it, you can get your life back in order,” Lefevbre said on the telecast Wednesday, referring to Hamilton. “And that would be a pretty good role model for Milton Bradley, who clearly has no control over himself, because it’s the same thing year after year. This game, this country, really if you follow baseball, has really embraced Josh Hamilton. I think they’ve wanted to do the same with Milton Bradley, but Milton Bradley has refused to allow himself to be put in that position.”
It's the kind of tortured logic that could only come from Bradley: "How dare you call me an out-of-control hothead! I'll come up to the booth and KILL YOU for that!"
Bradley's next campaign: To rid the city of that wall-crawling menace, Spider-Man.
Bradley, Lefebvre Both Made Harmless Mistakes [The Kansas City Star]
Milton Bradley Would Like A Word If You've Got A Minute [Deadspin]