Milton Bradley: 'I Never Had A Problem In My Life Until I Started Playing Baseball'Rick Chandler4/24/09 5:15pmFiled to: MlbMilton bradley lashes out at mediaChicago Cubs32EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkMilton Bradley's latest media boycott lasted about as long as Kramer's vow of silence on that episode of Senifeld. For someone who's not talking, there sure was a horn 'o plenty of quotes on Thursday.AdvertisementBradley, who was benched on Wednesday by Cubs manager Lou Piniella until he's completely healthy, did a little venting on Thursday after a 7-1 home loss to the Reds. Chief complaint: The media is treating him unfairly."It's been frustrating," Bradley said after Thursday's game. "You come in here and all they want to talk about is how often you get hurt and your attitude and everything. I've given them an example right off the bat. I just don't feel like getting caught up in all the negativity."I'm a positive person, an upbeat person," he said. "I'm trying to focus on what I'm trying to do here. My teammates are behind me and the more reporters get in my face, the more I talk, the more things get written the way I don't say them or they're taken out of context, and that's when you lose teammates and you lose fans."Of course it's hard to take Bradley seriously when he makes a big deal about being a changed man who is too mature now to lose his temper, and his very first game back he gets ejected for blowing his top over a called strike. Still, it's the media's fault.