Former Ranger will compete for M's gig
Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik says the team is moving forward with outfielder Milton Bradley as part of
their team as they await Bradley's court appearance following his arrest in Los Angeles earlier this month.
Zduriencik said Thursday that the Mariners believe Bradley will be coming to spring training to compete for a job on the Mariners roster and the legal issues "are the legal issues.
That's something that takes care of itself."
Bradley was arrested earlier this month in his native Los Angeles.
He has a court appearance set for Feb. 8. New Seattle manager Eric Wedge knows Bradley from his days in
He says Bradley is still part of the ball club and it's his job to get the most out of Bradley.