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MILWAUKEE Burke Badenhop has one lasting memory of the Milwaukee Brewers and their fans.
Sitting in the visitor's bullpen at Miller Park in late September of 2011, Badenhop had a great view as the Brewers clinched the National League Central Division title against his Florida Marlins.
When he got word he was traded to Milwaukee in December, Badenhop's mind raced back to how raucous the domed stadium got when Ryan Braun gave the Brewers the lead in the eighth inning and how fans stuck around long after the game to celebrate with the team.
His memories of Milwaukee told him he was coming to a place where he wanted to be.
"That's what the (fans) expect, the (players) know how to win," Badenhop said. "There's guys that have been here and been to the playoffs. That's unbelievably important because that's what you want to do and why you play. It's not just 162 games, it's more than that."
Acquired from Tampa Bay for a low-level min...
BEST OF MAXIM
The bumpy career of for first round draft pick Eric Arnett may have hit another setback.Arnett will have team physician Dr. William Raasch evaluate a possible torn ACL in his right knee on Wednesday in Phoenix, the club announced Tuesday. If the ACL is torn and surgery is required, Raasch will perform the surgery on Thursday, causing Arnett to miss the majority, if not all of the...
SECOND TIME AROUND
After having a positive test overturned last Spring, Ryan Braun has been linked to PEDs once again as his name has shown up in Biogenesis records.
MILWAUKEE -- Just two years ago, Marco Estrada was across the parking lot.
At Maryvale Baseball Park, minor league camp is across the way from the big league camp and clubhouse, and If it weren't for Zack Greinke getting hurt playing pick-up basketball, Estrada probably would have never made the walk back to the side of the complex where he now belongs.
As he heads back to Phoenix...
One year later, we have the sequel: Major League Baseball vs. Ryan Braun, Part II.
Days before the start of spring training, MLB drug sleuths have a fresh opportunity to pursue allegations of performance-enhancing drug use against Braun. That is the biggest takeaway from Tuesday night's Yahoo! Sports report, which said Braun's name appeared in records of the Biogenesis clinic...
Major League Baseball’s latest performance-enhancing drug scandal has claimed another victim — one who’s faced down allegations before.
On Tuesday, Yahoo! Sports reported that Milwaukee Brewers slugger and former MVP Ryan Braun had been named in documents connected to the Miami Biogenesis clinic. One week ago the clinic was revealed to be the target of a Miami New Times investigation...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun said he used the person who ran the Florida clinic under investigation by Major League Baseball only as a consultant on his drug suspension appeal last year.
"I have nothing to hide," Braun said in a statement released by his representatives to The Associated Press on Tuesday night.
Earlier in the day, Yahoo Sports...
‘Have I lied in the past?? Yes I have – I lied so I could live to see another day…’
That quote came out of the end of a recent WWE episode. It was one of Vince McMahon’s long-time rivals facing the music during the program’s final segment.
But while watching the pro wrestling storyline unfold, I couldn’t help but think of the continuing real-life circus of PED scandals...