Milton Bradley, a former outfielder who played for seven teams over 12 seasons and was known as much for his volatile temper as for his career OBP of .364, was arrested yesterday.
As detailed by TMZ, Bradley's wife called 911 around 2 p.m. from Los Angeles and said her husband was chasing her around with a baseball bat. The 33-year old slugger - who was arrested in January for a separate domestic violence act - was subsequently taken into custody and booked for assault with a deadly weapon.
He was released from jail later that night on $30,000 bail.
In 2007, Bradley tore his ACL during an argument with an umpire. He missed the rest of the season.