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Major League Baseball has suspended former MVP Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun without pay for the remainder of the 2013 season.
Braun is potentially just the tip of the iceberg for the suspensions that are suspected to be handed down to other players tied to the investigation into Biogenesis, the Miami-based clinic tied who allegedly sold performance-enhancing drugs to many star athletes.
Braun’s admission of guilt made us think back to his press conference in February 2012 when his suspension for a positive drug test for enhanced testosterone levels was overturned on a technicality with the way the sample was delivered.
The highlights start at the 1:18 mark:
I’ve tried to handle the entire situation with honor, with integrity, with class, with dignity, and with professionalism because that’s who I am and that’s how I’ve always lived my life.
If I had done this intentionally or unintentionally, I’d be the first one to step up and say ‘I did it.’ By no means am I perfect but if I’ve ever made any mistakes in my life I’ve taken responsibility for my actions. I truly believe in my heart, and I would bet my life that this substance never entered my body at any point.
Braun also celebrated that “the truth prevailed.”
What a douche-face.
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Ever since Ryan Braun’s drug test failure in 2011, it has become a common turn of phrase to say his original 50-game suspension was overturned on a “technicality.” Just today, in a post about the origins of Braun’s relationship with Biogenesis, Brewers beat writer Tom Haudricourt includes the obligatory wording, “He had that drug test overturned...
The Milwaukee Brewers Ryan Braun is officially done for 2013.
The punishment is of the without pay variety and was handed down directly by MLB commissioner Bud Selig.
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Monday night Major League Baseball began the task of handing out the suspensions in the ongoing Biogenesis case against what has widely been reported as some 20 players. Ryan Braun, the first to be suspended, was one of the most notable names on the list. Braun will miss the remainder of the 2013 season (65 games) including postseason. The Milwaukee Brewers won’t have to worry...
The 2011 National League MVP, Milwaukee Brewer, Ryan Braun, has been suspended without pay for the rest of the 2013 MLB season for allegedly using performance enhancing drugs. Rumors have been floating around for weeks that a suspension was coming and today, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig made the announcement.
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