"I feel great. I'm in a good place," said Bradley. "I've been working hard all offseason and I'm getting ready for the real season."
Barring an injury to another Boston outfielder, Bradley will start the "real season" at Triple-A Pawtucket, or perhaps a team he gets traded to.
The Braves, according to Peter Gammons of MLB Network, would love to slot Bradley into their outfield.
"I'm just trying to focus on this spring," Bradley said. "I'm not worried about anything that's out of my control. I can control what I can control and that's preparing for this upcoming season."
What did Bradley learn from last season, when he hit .198 with a .531 OPS in 127 games?
"Just have to get over it and move forward," Bradley said. "Can't change the past. Focus on what you can do in the present."
Bradley knows he can only improve offensively after last year.
"It's definitely a new year and I'm excited. I'm excited for things to come," Bradley said.
Ian Browne is a reporter for MLB.com. Read his blog, Brownie Points, and follow him on Twitter @IanMBrowne. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.