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Brewers slugger Ryan Braun as we all know is currently serving a 65-game suspension for his role in the Biogenesis scandal and that suspension came after Braun's stern and repeated denials of ever using PEDs. All of this has caused not-insubstantial levels of outrage among baseball observers and at least one hometown Brewers fan is none too pleased with Braun's deceptions.
On that front Wisconsin's WTMJ-620 reports that Karen Eidem attended a recent Brewer game adorned in this altered Ryan Braun jersey:
Harmless enough no? Well Miller Park security apparently saw this as a grave affront and commanded Eidem to change her shirt or be escorted off the premises. Eidem agreed to turn her shirt inside out and was allowed to remain in her seat.
Before anyone bellows anything about the First Amendment recall that this is a private place of business not any kind of governmental institution (laying aside for the moment that almost every professional sports team receives public ...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Brewers know they face a PR disaster regarding the Ryan Braun PED suspension, but in August, they'll begin to try and make things right with the Milwaukee faithful.
The Milwaukee Brewers feel their fan’s pain. So much so, that they are stepping up to try and make things right.
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The Milwaukee Brewers are having a rough go of it this season.
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In the days following the announcement of Ryan Braun's season-ending suspension, Milwaukee Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio made it clear he was going to give back to the fans in what has turned into a long season.
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'SHOCKED' AND 'DISAPPOINTED'
Aaron Rodgers, one of Ryan Braun's staunchest supporters during the Brewers player's first PED scandal, spoke about how he feels about his good friend now.
Zack Greinke was a former teammate of Ryan Braun during his time in Milwaukee. Now a pitcher on the Los Angeles Dodgers there was no shortage of slams directed at the Brewers outfielder who has been suspended for the remainder of the 2013 season.
Greinke called Braun a liar and a user in an interview with the Los Angeles Times:
“The main thing is, yeah, he lied to us,” Greinke...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he was "shocked" when his friend Ryan Braun admitted he violated baseball's rules against using performance-enhancing substances.
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Braun has accepted...
The Milwaukee Brewers have decided to show their fans a little love with an unusually generous promotion.
Fans who attend a Brewers home game in August will receive a $10 voucher good for food, drinks, merchandise and game tickets. Team owner Mark Attanasio said Monday ''this has been a challenging season for all of us'' but the fan support has not wavered.