Bradley took Hendry's words 'to heart'

Updated: May 24, 2010, 1:33 PM ET

Former Chicago Cubs outfielder Milton Bradley said he followed general manager Jim Hendry's call for self-examination as he tried to get help for dealing with pressure and anger issues.

"When Jim Hendry told me to look in the mirror, I did," Bradley told ESPN.com's Elizabeth Merrill. "That was a guy who gave me a big contract and instilled a lot of trust and belief in me. I never disrespected Jim, and things didn't work out. I know he had insurmountable pressure on him as well. He had ...

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