A judge Tuesday sentenced former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Milton Bradley to nearly three years in county jail for continuous physical attacks and threats against his estranged wife, prosecutors said.
Bradley, 34, was found guilty by a jury last month on nine counts: four of spousal battery, two of criminal threats, one of assault with a deadly weapon, one of vandalism and one of brandishing a deadly weapon.
On Tuesday, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Thomas Rubinson sentenced Bradley to two years, eight months in county jail.
He must also perform 400 total hours of community service.
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