KLEVELAND – Bobby Bradley brings his big bat to the Mayors.
The Indians pursuing the leading Minnesota of Central Asia are considering moving with Bradley for a while. He was on Sunday in the seventh race and played his first tournament, and for the first time he doubled his bidirectional hand to help the Indians defeat the Detroit Tigers with 8-3 victories. He finished the 1-for-3 game with a run and walk, and also made a racing catch on unfair territory.
Bradley said before the game he was so excited about his promotion of majors, he put his car on cruise control during two hours from Columbus to Cleveland on Saturday.
"I could not keep a foot out of the gas," said Bradley.
Bradley took balloons before Columbus's game against Lehigh Valley on Saturday when Clippers manager Tony Mansellino turned to him. , but the Indians did not want to play for the risk of injury, Bradley said. "I'm like," I suppose they do not want to be in El Paso or the Triple Star for the same reason? "
Then Bradley discovered that Mansolino had fun with him
" He said they do not want you in either of these because you're going to Cleveland, "Bradley said," It took me a second to realize what he just said, but after I finally went through the head, the excitement began to get in. "
Left-handed, Bradley flew .292 with 24 Homer's and 55 RBI for Clippers, and he hit for power at each level in minors – he had 27 homorins last season between the couple and the Troika – since it was made by the Indians in 2014
The number of Bradley power stations comes he hit 91 times in 284 bats in Columbus and sniffed more than 100 times in the last four seasons
"This is the child who drives the ball," said Indian manager Terry Francon. hit the ball over the third fighter's head. He tries to slam the ball into the gaps and hit the runways. "
In order to make room for Bradley, the Indians sent Josh Smith back to Columbus." The Indians do not want to put too much pressure on Bradley, but they hope his presence could fill the power gaps created by Edwin Encarnasion's interim transactions, Jon Alonso and Jan Gomez, and the decision not to sign Michael Brantley again
The Associated Press contributed to this report.