Cutoff time, list adds brief Red Sox to deliver Bradley

KANSAS CITY - - The Red Sox delivered outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. on Thursday as the club plans

its course for what Boston expectations will be a strong last two months of the normal season.

"It was the program design," administrator Alex Cora said.

"It was the program design," administrator Alex Cora said.

Bradley became extra. He was hitting .210 with a .578 OPS in 271 at-bats this season.

Bradley was procured from Milwaukee last December in an arrangement that sent outfielder Hunter Renfroe to the Brewers.

In spite of the fact that he is as yet an or more protector, Bradley's bat has been slacking for the recent years.

"We were trusting, disagreeably, it would have been much better compared to last year," Cora said. "He had some stretches at home that were great.

Clearly, he battled around the end. We couldn't persuade him to be reliable stirring things up around town the alternate way.