The Chicago Cubs have come to terms with free-agent Milton Bradley on a three-year deal worth $30 million, SI.com has confirmed. The contract will not be finalized until Bradley takes a physical, which he is expected to be in Chicago for sometime this week.
Bradley led the American League in on-base percetnage (.436) and OPS (.999) for the Texas Rangers in 2008. Primarily a designated hitter last season, Bradley will be returning to the outfield for the Cubs. He has played all three outfield positions in his career.
ESPN Radio's Burce Levine first reported the news.