|Milton Bradley is facing legal problems once again. (Getty Images)|
Former major-league outfielder Milton Bradley has been charged with assaulting his estranged wife in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reports. If convicted on 13 misdemeanor counts (assault with a deadly weapon among them), Bradley could be facing up to 13 years in prison.
Bradley spent parts of 12 seasons with the Expos, Indians, Dodgers, A's, Padres, Rangers, Cubs and Mariners. As a member of the Rangers in 2008, he made the AL All-Star team.
In 2005, police received three domestic-violence calls from Bradley's suburban Los Angeles home in a span of 33 days. In one of those incidents, Bradley himself appeared to be the victim. In another one, he allegedly choked his wife, who was pregnant. In 2011, Bradley was arrested on felony assault charges after allegedly trying to strike his wife with a baseball bat.