Prior to Sunday's finale with the Colorado Rockies, Milwaukee's Ryan Braun will be honored by the Brewers for winning last season's NL MVP award.
The timing is impeccable, as the four-time All-Star seems to have regained his MVP swing.
Busting out of his slump with his best game of the season, Braun looks to lead the Brewers to their second win in a row over the Rockies.
Last November, Braun edged out Los Angeles' Matt Kemp to became the first Brewer to win the MVP award in the NL. He led the league with a .597 slugging percentage and 77 extra-base hits, while batting .332 with 33 homers, 111 RBIs, 109 runs and 33 steals for a Milwaukee team that won a franchise-best 96 games and its first division title since 1982.
Braun hasn't been nearly as dangerous at the plate this season, but he's showing signs of turning things around.
He ended an 0-for-16 slide with this second homer of the season and a run-scoring triple in Saturday's 9-4 win over Colorado, the third victory in five g...