A few hours after suggesting he's been the target of racist treatment from fans at Wrigley Field, Milton Bradley turned Tuesday night's ``hatred'' on a ``daily basis'' into a self-lovefest.
This, of course, after doing the hand-puppet thing to fans behind home plate again after his two-run homer Wednesday night.
``That's what I do,'' he said. ``People always got something to say. Keep talking. It ain't stopping them. What are you trying to prove? You ain't proving anything. You're an idiot.''
So, um, is he beginning to feel a little more love from fans with better hitting - at least a home - of late? After all, he was cheered at least three times Wednesday night.
``I feel love for me, because I love me,'' he said. ``I look in the mirror and go out there and play and feel love for my teammates and love for the coaching staff and for myself.''