RYAN BRAUN RUMORS & GOSSIP

#ProfStats, Week 3: Sizzling Sluggers

Braun can’t believe some of these crazy stats! (Photo: www.onmilwaukee.com) #ICYMI* last week I started a new trend where I began tweeting a whole bunch of fascinating baseball facts using the hashtag #ProfStats. I then compiled them into an interesting and easy-to-read summary article right here on Baseball Professor. This will be a weekly occurrence, so make sure you check the...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Some Early-Season Macro Trends and Observations

We’re just over a week into the regular season, and many baseball memories – positive and negative – have been inserted into the history books. Ryan Braun‘s three-homer game, Emilio Bonifacio‘s rapid-fire succession of BABIP singles, Tim Hudson‘s sensational Giants’ debut, a bunch of aces being aces, and the Mets/Phillies/Angels, etc.., bullpen implosions – just […]
Via Fangraphs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Preparing For Your Fantasy Draft In 2014

The 2014 baseball season is still months away, but people are already taking a look at how fantasy baseball drafts will play out. Heading into 2013, the talk surrounding three players going #1 overall: Miguel Cabrera, Mike Trout and Ryan Braun. The first two lived up to expectations, but Braun struggled with a suspension that ultimately left his career with a permanent asterisk....
Via We Should Be GM's
November 19, 2013  |  Discuss

THE HAMMER TO FALL: A-Rod, Braun, and the Ghosts of the PED Era

Manny Ramirez (pictured here during his time with the Dodgers) boasts 555 career home runs, a .312 career batting average, 1831 career RBIs, 12 All Star Game appearances, and two suspensions for the use of performance enhancing drugs. Ramirez, 41, is attempting a Major League comeback as controversy once again swirls around the league about the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs...
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July 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Full Court Press: Ryan Braun Back In the PED Mix, NCAA Bubble Watch, & Kobe Dunks on Two Defenders

Click on the photo to read more about the latest PED drama Yawn, Yawn, Yawn… Braun did steroids. No sh$t he did. So did A-Rod, so did every guy who played sports. Babe Ruth probably did something. Seriously, let it go. I don’t give a sh$t anymore. They all did it. Let’s just watch the game. The Press Oakland A’s: Athletics Will Still Beat Out the Big-Spending Angels and Rangers...
Via Unathletic
February 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Top 300 rankings update

With "Grapefruit" and "Cactus" regaining relevance in our sporting vernacular, the FOXSports.com Fantasy team has updated their Top 300 rankings for the 2012 fantasy baseball season . While minor adjustments have been methodically maintained throughout the winter to reflect hot stove shakeups and transactions, this facelift mirrors the ramifications of significant...
Via Fox Sports
March 05, 2012  |  Discuss

MLB 2012: The Top 5 Offseason Storylines

Now the challenge begins… The NFL season is over, we haven’t quite reached March Madness yet, and pitchers and catchers haven’t reported. What to do, what to do, what to do? I’m looking forward to this baseball season. It’s always a nice feeling when Spring rolls around and baseball begins. Let us begin preparing ourselves for MLB 2012 while we wait for March Madness,...
Via Unathletic
February 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Buy Me Some Peanuts And Cracker Jacks!

Baseball season is only a few, short months away!  Here are 10 story lines to start getting you ready for hot dogs, beer, and everything baseball…   1. Can the National League still compete? No Prince Fielder.  No Albert Pujols.  No Ryan Braun (At least for a while).  With the National League losing arguably their best hitters to the American League (Or suspension in Braun’s...
Via Sports With Silverman
January 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Wezen-Ball: Grumpy Old Man by Larry Granillo

For as great of a postseason as Major League Baseball had in 2011, the winter signing season has gotten off to a rocky start. On the day St. Louis Cardinals demigod Albert Pujols was introduced in front of the gleaming smiles of Orange County Angels fans after signing a 10-year, $254 million contract, news broke that reigning National League MVP Ryan Braun had tested positive...
Via Baseball Prospectus
December 13, 2011  |  Discuss

Ryan Braun Fails a Drug Test

The big news from late last week was that Ryan Braun – - winner of the NL MVP Award last year – - failed a drug test. According to reports, that drug test was administered sometime during last year’s NL Playoffs. If that failed test is upheld during an appeal process before a baseball arbitrator, Braun faces a 50-game suspension starting next season. Braun professes innocence...
Via Sports Curmudgeon
December 12, 2011  |  Discuss
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