Found December 16, 2011 on
The Slanch Report:
Ah the joys of blogging. Over at Terez Owens, the noted disreputable, poorly written and all-around craptucular blog, comes this latest, completely unsubtantiated rumor about reigning NL MVP Ryan Braun.
Milwaukee Brewers superstar Ryan Braun, and the reigning National League MVP, recently tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs…The All-Star outfielder claims it's all BS….and now RUMORS are swirling that Braun tested positive for herpes, and the totally-acceptable and legal medication given to him by his doctor caused the positive test — this herpes rumor just keeps on spreading , no pun intended, and what’s worse is, no one really knows why Braun failed…I hope for his sake, he gets this cleared up as soon as possible.
Classic, just an absolutely great scurrilous rumor, with no sources behind it whatsoever.
Well, RUMORS are swirling around recently that Terez Owens is a proud graduate of the Jerry Sandusky school of pederasty. In fact, RUMORS tell me that Terez Owens also has a dungeon in his apartment where he hopes to keep a stable of stolen young boys for all his sexual needs.
But sure Terez, keep throwing **** like this out there (and of course couching it with "RUMORS"), you're the reason why bloggers get a bad rap. Eat **** and die.
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Ryan Braun : Is his high testosterone a reaction to Herpes? There is a rumor floating around that the press won’t talk about. But hell, we ain’t the press that’s for sure. So, you can hear it here first. Some people are saying that Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers has genital herpes. And [...]
While just abouteveryone else is crucifying Ryan Braun over his positive test forprohibited drugs, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp the man who wouldotherwise have a legitimate claim to Brauns MVP title advised critics towithhold judgment.
Braun, a MilwaukeeBrewers outfielder, faces a 50-game suspension if his appeal of his positivetest fails. He has called the result...
Ryan Braun failing a drug test was, in itself, not jaw-dropping news. Major League Baseball has seen its share of positive tests, from slugging greats like Barry Bonds to fireballers like Roger Clemens to supposedly consummate professionals like Rafael Palmeiro. Braun's situation is unique, however, because the Brewers right fielder just polished off an MVP season. Some fans...
Pretending that baseball players aren't cheating with performance-enhancing drugs anymore might make it easy to cheer for home runs again, but it doesn't exactly help fight the problem. Blind faith does not help to find the truth.
When Ryan Braun, the future of good-guy, clean baseball players and current National League MVP, reportedly tested positive for a banned substance...
In what has become a bizarre beginning to the Milwaukee Brewers’ off-season, the notion continues with a $2.5 million bid to win the rights to Japanese Outfielder Norichika Aoki.
Aoki is one of the best hitters in Japan and has posted a .336 career batting average during his first seven seasons.
If the Brewers can strike a deal in the next 30 days, he will join...
Pretending that baseball players aren't cheating with steroids anymore might make it easy to cheer for home runs again, but it doesn't exactly help to fight the problem. Blind faith does not help to find the truth.
When Ryan Braun, the future of good-guy, clean baseball players and current National League MVP, tested positive for banned substances this month, it was portrayed...
Milwaukee Brewers superstar Ryan Braun, the reigning NL MVP, recently tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. The All-Star outfielder claims it’s all BS….and now RUMORS are swirling that Braun tested positive for herpes, and the totally-acceptable and legal medication given to him by his doctor caused the positive test.
Dude, Braun… just don’t go there. Maybe you’re...
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin said Wednesday it's business as usual despite the uncertainty over whether Ryan Braun will be available or have to miss the first 50 games of the 2012 season because of a positive drug test.
Ryan Braun‘s performance-enhancing drug saga is ongoing, and nobody seems to know with any certainty how it will end. Unfortunately, the Milwaukee Brewers are part of that large group eagerly awaiting the outcome. The Brewers aren’t going to re-sign Prince Fielder and now stand to potentially lose their best player for almost a third of the season.
But what do they do?