Found February 27, 2012 on
While Ryan Braun’s suspension over a positive drug test has ended with it being overturned, I think everybody recognizes that his trial has only just begun. While the suspension being lifted was a boost to the Milwaukee Brewers, it probably would have actually been better for Braun’s reputation had he gotten suspended but for reasons
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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...
Turns out, The Collector has a name. And a reputation. And a story.
The PR battle Ryan Braun lamented is raging anew. For this, he has himself to blame.
I don't know if Braun knowingly used the synthetic testosterone that showed up in his October urine test. But he is guilty of a blatant refusal to quit while he was ahead.
In the news conference that followed his successful...
So this is something that is actually happening in real life right now...
Stephanie: I, as are many of you, am riding high on Braun winning his appeal Thursday and then him absolutely crushing his statement Friday. (Did you guys see his hair? And that navy blue button down jacket thing with all of the pockets? Am I starting to like this new Braun?) But then Vince brought me back...
During Ryan Braun's news conference last Friday, the Milwaukee Brewers outfielder made a number of insinuations about the integrity of the MLB's sample collecting process and the specific collector who took his positive test sample. On Tuesday, a man revealing himself to be the collector of Braun's test, Dino Laurenzi Jr., sent an email to ESPN The Magazine to state his...
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...
Five days after Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun won his appeal of a 50-game suspension by blaming a faulty collection process, the collector of Braun's sample responded with a three-page statement.
With an equipment back slung over his left shoulder, Ryan Braun went back to work with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Ryan Braun's case behind them for now, the Milwaukee Brewers can move on to other pressing business.
News of the day: The Brewers held their first full-squad workout, beginning with the annual address of team owner Mark Attanasio. The mission was to move forward from the agonizing Ryan Braun saga and return to a focus on baseball.
Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun began the process of restoring his reputation on Saturday when he took part in the team's first full-squad workout, marking an official start to his 2012 season and the end of his tumultuous winter.
Let the Countdown to games being as we now stand 5 days shy of the 1st game of Spring Training against the San Francisco Giants. I've avoided talking much about what the Brewers lineup and fielding will look like because we knew so little about what would happen to Braunie. Well now we know and it's as good a time as any to try and construct what a potential Brewers lineup...