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RYAN BRAUN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Braun: 'We legitimately feel like we are in a place where our thought process is shock the world'

Mentioning the Brewers and the postseason in the same sentence may sound like a waste of breath, but don't tell that to the Brewers themselves. "We legitimately feel like we are in a place where our thought process is shock the world, why not?" Ryan Braun told Brewers.com. "Why not? We got three months left [so] why not. Go undefeated in July, why not? We feel good about it. The...
Via Fox Sports
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Which Brewers Players are “That Guy Who Always Kills Us” for Opposing Teams?

At the start of the Brewers’ four-game series in Philadelphia, one of the storylines highlighted by the FSWisconsin team was that Ryan Braun loves to hit in Citizens Bank Park.  It’s no surprise why – after Tuesday’s game, Braun’s slash line was a cool .438/.486/.833 at the home of the Phillies.  No wonder Philadelphia fans were so vociferous last year when Braun hit...
Via Brewers Bar
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Preview: Brewers at Phillies

Although the Brewers and Philadelphia Phillies are the two worst teams in baseball, Milwaukee is showing signs of life behind Ryan Braun. If Braun and the Brewers can continue pounding the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night, they may post their longest winning streak of the season. Milwaukee (31-48) has only a slightly better record than Philadelphia (27-52), but the...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Ramirez, Braun lead Brewers to victory over Phillies

  The Brewers felt fortunate to win this one. Aramis Ramirez drove in three runs and Ryan Braun had four hits to lead Milwaukee over the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 Tuesday night. Hernan Perez tripled and had a pair of hits for the Brewers, who have won six of eight. They went ahead with two runs in a bizarre eighth inning. "A win you feel like you snatched it a little bit," manager...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the Milwaukee Brewers should move Ryan Braun back to third base

I know! Ryan Braun’s defense at third base was below average. That’s why he was moved to the outfield in the first place, and even at his age, Aramis Ramirez is by far a better defensive third baseman than Ryan Braun ever could be. However, at the end of this season, Rami is gone and third base will be vacated. The first option for the Milwaukee Brewers is to trade Carlos Gomez...
Via isportsweb.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Braun pleased with thumb's progress

Approximately two weeks ago, Ryan Braun underwent another cryotheraphy procedure on his thumb and, according to Brewers.com, so far so good. "Overall it feels pretty good," Braun said. "I'm happy with where it's at. "It's exciting and encouraging that there is an option that makes it better, and there's limited downtime and limited recovery time. So from that perspective, I...
Via Fox Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

A Closer Look At Ryan Braun As A Potential Trade Target

Joe D had an interesting exchange on Twitter today with SNY personality Sal Licata. Licata is like me in that he wants the Mets to go after not only a big bat, but the biggest ones on the market. Here is the exchange: Since the media attention surrounding Braun’s suspension died down in 2013, he has faded into relative obscurity. He is no longer given the attention of a star...
Via Mets Merized Online
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Ground ball rate might predict Ryan Braun’s thumb woes

Back in April, I explored the question of how worried Brewers fans should be about Ryan Braun. He’s infamous now for his PED suspension but the larger concern was how his thumb would respond to a cryotherapy procedure he underwent in the offseason. It just so happened he got off to a terrible start and so a lot of people simply assumed it was the thumb. My assertion at the time...
Via The Outside Corner
June 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Attanasio, Melvin to blame for Milwaukee Brewers 2015 season

Mark Attanasio has done a lot of good things for the Milwaukee Brewers organization. He was front and center for the only two playoff appearances of my lifetime. He contributed to signing Ryan Braun to a career-long contract, which was a great move at the time. Braun was yet to be busted and it looked like the Crew had locked in a future Hall of Famer. Finally, what also seemed like...
Via isportsweb.com
May 26, 2015  |  Discuss
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