Calling Milton Bradley a loose cannon would be a dangerous understatement. At any given moment, Bradley was capable of flipping the switch on anyone and everyone, and usually those indiscretions resulted in ejections. Eventually teams became so fed up with Milton's games (see what we did there?) that no one even bothered to take a chance and sign him to a contract.
After bouncing from team to team, like Powers, Bradley called it quits after he was let go by the eighth franchise: the Seattle Mariners.