Milton Bradley arrested at a LA home
LOS ANGELES -- Police say former Los Angeles Dodger Milton Bradley has been arrested for investigation of felony battery.
Police say the outfielder, released by Seattle this year, was arrested Tuesday at a San Fernando Valley home.
Police told the Los Angeles Times details of the incident were not available.
Bradley posted bail and is due in court Oct. 18. Attorney Harland Braun tells The Associated Press he hasn't talked with his client yet.
Bradley was arrested at the house in January for allegedly threatening a woman, but no charges were filed.
Bradley has a history of problems. In 2004, he confronted an officer in Ohio. The Dodgers traded him to Oakland in 2005 after he threw a water bottle at fans and he had a clubhouse run-in with a reporter.
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