For those of you w/o past knowledge of Ryan's calls of Bradley's play....it is really biased. But as anyone who follows Milton Bradley can attest to, the guy is a prick and doesn't necessarily attract praise. For instance, during Tuesday night's game, on the ball that went under Bradley's glove as a run scored (i know, miraculously), Ryan exclaimed as Bradley half-assedly (new word Webster, get on it) ran towards the ball, "He's not hustling after it at all." While this is not unbiased reporting, it is also the truth. Milton Bradley is a bonafide prick in the baseball community. He goes after umpires, fans, coaches, teammates, and occasionally his own body in the process (see injury in last season's playoff chase for the Padres). Now, he has reached a new level. Four levels in fact. He climbed four flights of stairs in pursuit of Ryan LeFebvre, our beloved comedian-er, play by play guy. Link: sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=3438827 ...so, who is right? The comedian honest observer/villain in Milton's world? Or Milton 'We almost acquired you for Leo Nunez; thank god we didn't' Bradley?