The 31 year old all-rounder has been a regular member of the West Indian side since his debut in 2004. He is also a T20 expert, appearing in the Indian Premier League, Caribbean Premier League and Bangladesh Premier league.
Bravo returned to Melbourne for second BBL season with the Renegades, coming off a two-game stint in BBL|03. Playing the first four matches of BBL|04, the West Indian's highlight performance was a three-wicket haul against the Stars at Etihad Stadium.
Just as exciting as Bravo's wickets were his celebrations after each of them, rivaling national teammate Darren Sammy with his dancing for the Hurricanes.
BBL career statistics (Renegades)
Strike Rate: 123
High Score: 47
As at the start of BBL|05