Behind Bradley's horn-rimmed glasses lurked an intellectual with a degree in Latin
from the University of Maryland. The hard thrower fanned over 200 batters and won
15 games in each of his two seasons with the White Sox (1971 and 1972).
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»July 2, 1972: Minnesota's Jim Kaat, sporting a 10-2 record and a 2.07 ERA, breaks his pitching hand while sliding. He will miss the remainder of the season. Kaat is relieved in the 8th by Granger, but gets credit for the 6–4 win over the White Sox. Tom Bradley wins his 10th in the nitecap, 2–1, for Chicago.