Bobby Bradley was known for his power at the plate when he played high school baseball at Harrison Central High School. Major League baseball scouts took notice. Three years ago, after his senior high school baseball season ended, thee Cleveland Indians drafted Bradley in the third round. Bradley, who signed a college baseball scholarship with LSU, decided that he would take the minor league route, after the Indians offered him a nice contract.
Bradley has proven his power at the plate in the minor leagues. The 6-foot-1, 225 pound slugger has launched 64 home runs and 244 RBI in three seasons.
Last season Bradley played with the Lynchburg Hillcats, a Class A team in the Carolina League.
Bradley will hold his 2nd annual Free Baseball Camp on February 11th for youngsters ages 8 to 14 at Harrison Central High School. The deadline to sign up is February 3rd. The camp is open to the first 150 children.
Former major league players will assist in the camp, including Matt Lawton and trainer C.J. Bailey.
For additional information you can call Scotty Berkowitz at (228) 233-0619.
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