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Now that the Ryan Braun saga is behind the Brewers and the focus is back on baseball, the next order of business for principal owner Mark Attanasio is extending the contract of general manager Doug Melvin. And, once that deal is done, Melvin will address the contract of manager Ron Roenicke.
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Curt Hogg, a 16-year-old Brewers blogger at Plushdamentals on the MLB.com network, out-scooped his elders by reporting on the recent developments in the Ryan Braun story weeks ago.
With the Ryan Braun circus out of the way, it was business as usual at Maryvale Baseball Park, where the Milwaukee Brewers took part in the first full-team workout of spring training.As has been his custom since taking ownership of the franchise in 2005, Brewers principal owner and chairman Mark Attanasio addressed the players and coaching staff, as did general manager Doug Melvin...
MILWAUKEE BREWERS RYAN BRAUN urine sample is for sale on e-bay.
It’s a losersbracket.com exclusive. We broke the news, just like Prince Fielder used to break wind after all that tofu he must of eaten.
According to the post on e-bay…
This “one of a kind” urine sample commemorates the largest story in Brewers history since Derrick Turnbow grew a moustache.
With the Ryan Braun saga in the rear-view mirror, Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio said he would like to wrap up contract extensions for general manager Doug Melvin and manager Ron Roenicke before Opening Day.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun declared his innocence Friday, one day after it was revealed that a 50-game suspension for a positive drug test had been overturned by an arbitrator.
The celebration in Dairyland could be heard clear across the country on Thursday night as Brewers star and reigning NL MVP Ryan Braun won the appeal of his pending 50-game suspension for elevated levels of synthetic testosterone. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was among the pleased, Tweeting “MLB and cable sports tried to sully the reputation of an innocent man. Picked the wrong...
Milwaukee Brewers star Ryan Braun may be off the hook for the 50-game suspension that originally came with his positive PED test, but the fact that he and his lawyers were able to convince an arbitrator that the chain of evidence was broken because his sample wasn't mailed in time isn't going to fly with anyone but his most ardent defenders.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Ryan Braun said he was clean and the only guy whose vote mattered agreed that he was clean enough. Case closed.
But that's all Braun will be from now on: clean enough.
He called the decision Thursday by arbitrator Shyam Das overturning his 50-game suspension ''the first step in restoring my good name and...
PHOENIX (AP) -- Brewers owner Mark Attanasio says he "absolutely" intends to extend the contracts of Milwaukee general manager Doug Melvin and manager Ron Roenicke beyond this season.
Baseball and its players' union defended their drug testing program Friday and promised to tighten collection procedures following criticism by anti-doping agencies of an arbitrator's decision to overturn NL MVP Ryan Braun's 50-game suspension. At a news conference in Phoenix, where he reported to the Milwaukee Brewers for spring training, Braun criticized drug testing...