July 10, 2012, 5:20 pmFormer MLB All-Star and current MLB Players Association employee Phil Bradley joined the Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano to share some of his memories of the game. He started his career at the young age of twenty four with the Seattle Mariners. Bradley would go on to be one of only two players in Mariners franchise history to record a career batting average of over .300 (the second player being Ichiro Suzuki). In the first night game ever played at Wrigley Field, Bradley blasted the first home run ever seen in the dark at the Cubs historic venue. The Home Run would later be for nothing as the game got rained out and no winner was decided.