Following up on yesterdays post featuring a group of Paul LoDuca autographed cards, I bring to you a 4-card lot of autographed Milton Bradley Baseball cards.
I remember being excited that the Dodgers received him in a trade with Cleveland in 2004. I saw his potential as a on-base guy with statistics that could make this trade a big win for the Dodgers. He was coming off a phenomenal season with the Indians where he batted .321 and had a OPS of .923. Sure, I had read of the problems he was having, but figured that coming home would do him wonders. Of course, things didn't work out as planned.
Featured above and directly below is a 2005 Topps autographed card.
2005 Topps Finest Autographed Card
2004 Topps Traded & Rookies Signature Moves Card
As I searched around a bit I ran into another Milton Bradley autographed card that I had yet to post up. So, here it is. It is a 2005 Topps Pristine Personal Endorsement card.
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