We may not know the results immediately, but Milton Bradley was to have his appeal of that two-game suspension heard today in Houston, via video conference with a major league baseball mediator (believed to be John McHale).
Bradley, of course, drew the suspension from longtime MLB discipline pal Bob Watson after arguing a called third strike from ump Larry Vanover so vigorously in his first Wrigley at-bat as a Cub that the bill of his helmet made contact with the bill of Vanover's cap in the April 16 incident.
Still seems like a pretty petty, bogus reason for a two-game suspension. But that said, this whole appeal thing should all be moot by now.
Bradley was limited to pinch-hitting at the time because of a groin strain and should have just swallowed his pride and ``principle'' and taken the suspension when it wouldn't have hurt the team.