Found February 24, 2012 on mlb.com:
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Matt Thornton doesn't know the intricate details of Ryan Braun's successful appeal of a suspected violation of Major League Baseball's Drug Treatment and Prevention Program. So, the White Sox reliever didn't want to provide any detailed analysis about a case in which he wasn't involved. But he did reiterate that MLB's strict and tough program has been run well.
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