CLEVELAND — Bobby Bradley is learning things the hard way on the big league level. The 23-year-old rookie, who led the International League in home runs prior to his promotion from Triple-A Columbus, got a hit in his first career at-bat but hasn’t done much since, batting .195 over 14 games. Opposing pitchers have had little trouble with Bradley, who has struck out 19 times in 41 at-bats — three times in four trips to the plate Sunday in the series finale with Minnesota. “A lot of off-speed, similar stuff to when I was down in Triple-A, but stuff is a little bit better up here,” Bradley said of the pitchers’ approach against him. “They have a little bit better plans up here, so it’s just that guessing game and trying to make adjustments. They make adjustments a lot faster up here. They
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