Milton Bradley Blamed for Failed Chicago Olympic Bid

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Chicago fell short in its Olympic bid for the 2016 Olympics yesterday, with Rio de Janeiro getting the nod. Many close to the situation feel that it is Milton Bradley's poor attitude and behavior that cost the city of Chicago the 2016 Olympics.

"I knew he was going to hurt us," said a bid organizer. "The IOC (International Olympic Committee) looks at stuff like that. He was such a poor representation of what Chicago is all about. It's really disheartening."

When he heard of this Milton Bradley was apologetic, while at the same time blaming everyone else for his behavior.

"I am sorry that I appear to have cost Chicago the 2016 Olympics," said Bradley. "But it is just unrealistic for a grown man, playing a kid's game to act like an adult when people are always in his face asking stupid questions about why I act like a 7-year-old. It's everyone else's fault I was unable to meet expectations (referring to his .257 average, 12 HRs and 40 RBIs) and now it's their fault Chicago lost the Olympics. It's not me, it's you, and you, and you...."


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