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According to CBS58, Ryan Braun is calling Milwaukee Brewers season ticket holders to apologize for “messing up.” According to season ticket holder Pat Guenther this is how it went:
He picked up the phone thinking it’d be a joke.
“Hey Pat this is Ryan Braun,” Guenther recalls. “Right then and there I knew it was his voice based on interviews I’ve seen on TV. I knew damn well it was his voice.”
So he did what anyone in the service industry would do.
“I said what can I do for you? He said, I messed up, in a nutshell, I messed up. I just want to reach out and say I’m sorry. I cut him off right there. I said you know Ryan, I think you’re an amazing athlete and this speaks volumes to your character to reach out to a small business owner like myself and let us know that you are going to do better.”
If that’s all it takes for Brewers fans to forgive Ryan Braun after his non apology for using PEDs then this will be really easy for him when he comes back to the team next year.
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The reclamation project that is Ryan Braun is underway. The suspended Milwaukee Brewers outfielder is reportedly making phone calls to season ticket holders of the organization, and apologizing for cheating and lying in regards to using performance-enhancing drugs. Here is part of the report from CBS 58, including one of the conversations between Braun and one of the fans: “Hey...
If you're a Brewers season ticket-holder and you get a call from a guy claiming to be Ryan Braun, don't hang up -- it might not be a prank.
According to a report out of Milwaukee, Braun is calling several Brewers season ticket-holders to apologize for his PED scandal.
Pat Guenther, owner of Kelly's Bleachers, a popular hangout for Brewers fans, told the local CBS affiliate...
Suspended Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun is personally calling fans and offering an apology for using performance-enhancing drugs, the team said Friday.
''It was his idea,'' said Rick Schlesinger, the Brewers' chief operating officer. ''He came to us and said he wanted to call fans,'' including season ticket holders, partial season ticket...
Ryan Braun seems to be taking steps in the right direction.
The disgraced Brewers outfielder finally issued a public apology after Major League Baseball suspended him for 65 games for using performance-enhancing drugs. Now, Braun is personally reaching out to some of the Brewers’ most loyal fans to apologize, according to CBS 58 in Milwaukee.
Pat Guenther said he thought someone...
CBS 58 has confirmed suspended Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder Ryan Braun is calling Brewers season ticket holders one at a time to apologize.
Braun was suspended 65 games by Major League Baseball earlier this year for using performance enhancing drugs.
A couple weeks ago Braun issued a lengthy public written apology but has yet to step back in front of cameras to answer questions from the media.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun has a long road to forgiveness ahead. After repeatedly lying about his history of performance-enhancing drug use, the 29-year-old was eventually outed as a cheater and a fraud. He threw urine collector Dino Laurenzi Jr. under the bus in the process and attacked his character. Now, Braun is trying to […]
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According to CBS 58, suspended Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder Ryan Braun is calling Brewers season ticket holders to apologize.
“Hey there’s a guy on the phone claiming to be Ryan Braun, it’s probably one of your buddies messing with you.”
That’s exactly what Kelly’s Bleachers owner Pat Guenther thought Thursday afternoon.
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Ryan Braun hasn’t face the media since his suspension by Major League Baseball for using performance enhancing drugs. MLB and Braun did agree on a 65 game suspension that would keep him out the remaining of the 2013 season. Instead of sulking and hiding from the world, Braun has taken an odd approach you don’t see everyday. According...
When Aaron Rodgers called out Brewers former MVP Ryan Braun in July for lying to Rodgers about PED use, Rodgers said it hadn’t been determined whether their restaurant partnership will continue. It looks like a decision has been made and it’s not a good one for Braun. From a joint statement released by SURG Restaurant Group: Restaurant group co-owner Michael Polaski said he...
A restaurant group is ending its ties with suspended Brewers slugger Ryan Braun.
SURG Restaurant Group said in a statement Thursday it will change the name of the 8-Twelve MVP Bar & Grill in the Milwaukee suburb of Brookfield. ''Eight'' is Braun's jersey number, while ''twelve'' refers to the number worn by quarterback Aaron Rodgers with the...
Ryan Braun caught a lot of flak for that statement he released that was supposed to be an apology for his PED use, but really wasn’t an apology. So in response, Braun has reportedly began offering real apologizes to Milwaukee Brewers season ticket holders.
According to CBS 58 in Milwaukee, Braun has been calling season ticket holders to apologize for his PED use. And apparently...
A Wisconsin corporation, which licensed Ryan Braun's name in affiliation with its restaurants all over the state, will be the latest company to cut ties with the shamed ballplayer.
On Thursday, the SURG Restaurant Group announced that it has decided to end its business relationship with Milwaukee Brewers outfielder, who is under suspension by Major League Baseball for violations...
(Eds: Updates.) By GENARO C. ARMAS AP Sports Writer Coaches can be fond of reminding players about how adversity creates opportunity. For the Brewers this year, there has been plenty of both.
Amid losses, injuries, and the shadow created by the Ryan Braun doping suspension, a couple young players have emerged with hopes of sticking in the big leagues for the long haul.