Former Red Rebel Bobby Bradley made MLB debut in 2019


Of all the high school baseball talent to come through the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Harrison Central alum Bobby Bradley has a legitimate case as one of the best to ever do it.

In 2019, the former Red Rebels slugger finally made his long-awaited Major League Baseball debut with the Cleveland Indians after hitting at least 23 home runs in all five of his full Minor League seasons.

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Bradley was still on cloud nine during his annual Youth Baseball Camp on Saturday and says he plans to keep raking at spring training come February 15th. “That was like a dream. I still don’t think I woke up from that few weeks that I was up there, and I mean it was just something that I’ll never forget. The more I hit, I mean obviously the better. But I mean it’s really important, especially the first base power guy. I mean that’s pretty much like our detailed job is like drive guys in.”

Bradley says he’s still unlocking some of that untapped power in his bat and that it’ll be a lot more fun a couple years down the road.