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7 Responses to “Write Your Own Caption: Milton Bradley”

  1. Sarah Green says:

    “Down low!” shouted Milton Bradley as he rounded third base. But when third base coach Matt Walbeck held out his hand (pictured) for the low-five, Bradley jerked it away, crowing “YOU’RE TOO SLOW! Bahahahaa! Ahhh, that never gets old.”

    The laughing Bradley then strained an oblique.

  2. “The doctors told me whenever I feel the anger welling up inside, I should bend over, run around and slap things, and that should take care of it.”

  3. Please don\’t tell anyone I just broke my back!

  4. Lynniemac says:

    *Unseen spinner spins wheel*

    “Okay, right hand, red.”

  5. Sarah Green says:

    Bradley: Gah! I lost a contact! Where is it? I can’t see it!

    Walbeck: There! It’s right there!

  6. Bradley: “Then you bend forward, like this… then back… then a SCUFF! to start the step again.”;

    Walbeck: “Wow, the electric slide makes it possible for even white guys to dance. Boogiewoogiewoogie!”

  7. Bradley: So, we’ll do the low-five then when I pass, you pounce, wrestle me to the ground and that’s me done for the next 6 months ok?

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