Bradley strains right groin in fourth
MILWAUKEE -- Chicago Cubs right fielder Milton Bradley left Sunday's game against Milwaukee with a right groin strain after he came up limping while trying to run from second to third base in the fourth inning.
Bradley signed a $30 million, three-year contract with Chicago as a free agent in the offseason, but has a history of injuries.
Bradley was off to a slow start for his new team. He came into Sunday's game batting .063, but reached on a fielder's choice and a hit batsman before leaving with the injury.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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