MILWAUKEE -- Coming off a face-to-face meeting with his suspended slugger, Milwaukee Brewers owner Mark Attanasio spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time since Ryan Braun accepted a 65-game suspension from Major League Baseball on Monday.
Displaying an appearance and using a tone that suggested he was deeply hurt by what's transpired over the past few days, Attanasio feels the next step for Braun is to speak publicly himself.
But that won't happen in the near future, as Braun will wait to come forward until Major League Baseball has completed its investigation.
"I think he has to get to the point where he can actually speak about this," Attanasio said. "Major League Baseball is in the midst of an ongoing investigation. He is obviously now cooperating with baseball and as a result of that, he is going to wait to speak until a point where he's able to speak.
"He is cooperating in such a way that he is going to let them conclude or get further in...