Bradley: No problems with Hendry

After hearing Jim Hendry's critical comments about him, Milton Bradley said Wednesday night that he has no problems with the Chicago Cubs general manager.

Bradley told ESPN's Colleen Dominguez: "I have nothing bad to say about Jim Hendry He gave me $30 million. God bless Jim Hendry and his family."

Hendry signed Bradley to a three-year, $30 million contract before the 2009 season. Bradley batted .257 with 12 home runs and 40 RBIs in his one season in Chicago.

He was traded to the Seattle Mariners in the offseason for Carlos Silva and cash.

In an interview with Dominguez on Tuesday, Bradley said he felt like a prisoner during his time in Chicago. He also talked about receiving hate mail with no postage mark, and when asked if he thought it had come from within the organization, Bradley said: "I would hope not, but ... who knows? I don't know. I don't even care to know."

Hendry responded sharply on Wednesday.

"That's absolutely ridiculous," Hendry said. "That couldn't be farther from the truth. I think it's time maybe Milton looked at himself in the mirror. It is what it is. He didn't swing the bat; he didn't get the job done. His production was the only negative, or lack of."