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Ryan Braun is innocent…I guess.
Milwaukee Brewer fans can’t be happier with the way Major League Baseball handled Ryan Braun’s test sample and the subsequent innocent verdict in his PED case. While there might still be questions out there as to what really happened, this T-shirt shows Brew Crew fans can really care less. The dude is innocent. Case closed.
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Let me be clear by stating that Alex Rodriguez has never said anything about Ryan Braun’s failed drug test having to do with him taking medicine for herpes.
Of course A-rod wouldn’t because he knows better, as Derek Jeter would have failed way before Braun… right?
Kidding again. But now to the point, as this Braun saga is getting annoying but I wanted to weigh in my opinion...
Ryan Braun reported to the Milwaukee Brewers' spring training facility in Phoenix on Friday morning knowing full well he was walking into the center of a storm.
Not even 24 hours earlier, Braun became the first player in the history of Major League Baseball drug testing to successfully appeal a positive result and avoid any kind of suspension.
But if anybody can handle the...
On October 1, 2011, the Milwaukee Brewers won the first game of their NL Division Series with the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-1. Shortly after the game, at around 4:30, Ryan Braun took the drug test that had an incredible amount of testosterone. It was reported that Braun's sample held more than twice the amount than any positive test in league history.
Unlike most of the sports media world, I thought I would sit back and soak up the details before discussing my opinion on the scandal/drug testing fiasco involving the reigning National League MVP and Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun.
Thus far, we’ve heard the results of the appeal, some details involving the test, Braun’s comments and the MLB’s irate...
Phoenix - The Milwaukee Brewers' best hopes were realized on Thursday afternoon with the news that leftfielder Ryan Braun's appeal of his 50-game suspension was indeed successful.
You could almost hear the sigh of relief emanating from the team's headquarters in Maryvale.
After more than two months in limbo, unable to make any definitive plans for the start of the 2012...
By John Pesetski
Special to FOXSportsWisconsin.com
PHOENIX Even before Ryan Braun arrived at the Milwaukee Brewers Maryvale training complex at 9:35 a.m. Friday morning, there was a different feeling in the team's clubhouse.
More smiles. More chatter. Joking, a few pranks and a lot more media. Nearly three times as many reporters as on the first day of camp.
News that 2011...
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Ryan Braun is still a cheater. Whatever independent arbitrator Shyam Das might say...
So many questions surround Ryan Braun 's successful appeal. The enforcement process is flawed, Major League Baseball comes under suspicion, and there's always the fact that Braun plays for the Milwaukee Brewers, so dear...
Addressing the media one day after he became the first Major Leaguer to successfully appeal a suspected violation of MLB's Drug Treatment and Prevention Program, Brewers star outfielder Ryan Braun said the ordeal has been the greatest challenge of his life.
As players reported to spring training camps, the first betting lines on the number of individual team wins during the 2012 Major League season were released by the Atlantis Casino in Reno, Nev. You can see the full list here, but the National League Central participants opened as follows:
Chicago Cubs 73.5 wins
Cincinnati Reds 86.5 (-120o)
Houston Astros 62.5
Baseball and its players' union defended their drug testing program Friday and promised to tighten collection procedures following criticism by anti-doping agencies of an arbitrator's decision to overturn NL MVP Ryan Braun's 50-game suspension. At a news conference in Phoenix, where he reported to the Milwaukee Brewers for spring training, Braun criticized drug testing...
Each off-season seems to have something happen that we’ve never seen before, but this off-season has been different. We’ve seen sluggers change teams, prospect for prospect deals, suspensions over turned, and much more. I’ll be looking at the 10 craziest stories that fueled baseball this week.
Part 2 deals with the Brewers – Prince Fielder and Ryan Braun.
The Prince of Detroit...