Milwaukee Brewers star Ryan Braun is a cheater. After being caught in the Biogenesis scandal last year, the former National League MVP admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs and accepted a season-ending suspension. Yet in Monday's season-opener, Brewers fans gave Braun a standing ovation in his first plate appearance since coming clean. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball player Ryan Braun has admitted using performance-enhancing drugs during his National League MVP season in 2011. "Now that the initial MLB investigation is over, I want to apologize for my actions and provide a more specific account of what I did and why I deserved to be suspended.... Show More Summary
Ryan Braun has it tough. First, he gets a 65-game suspension, and now, he has to spend his downtime on Venice Beach chilling with some random bros. If this picture doesn't make you feel sympathy for the former National League MVP, nothing will. Hat tip to Deadspin for the find. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
It isn’t going to happen, but Matt Kemp thinks the 2011 National League MVP award that was given Ryan Braun should be taken away. “Do I feel like it should be stripped?” Kemp, the runner-up, said. “I mean, yeah, I … Continue reading...
Ryan Braun was suspended without pay for the remainder of the 2013 season. Major League Baseball made the announcement on Monday. Braun is a former National League MVP. The penalty appeared to be the first of possibly many related to a Florida clinic’s alleged distribution of performance-enhancing drugs to MLB players. Show More Summary
Ryan Braun, the 2011 MVP of the National League, has been suspended without pay for the duration of the 2013 season as a result of failing the sport's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. Braun did not contest the suspensionShow More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Former National League MVP Ryan Braun was suspended without pay for the rest of the season and the postseason Monday in the first penalty following Major League Baseball's investigation of the Florida clinic accused of distributing performance-enhancing drugs.
Ryan Braun -- the 2011 National League MVP -- has been suspended without pay for the rest of the season amid allegations he was using performance enhancing drugs. MLB Commissioner Bud Selig made the announcement... saying the Milwaukee Brewers…
Braun, Rodriguez among 20-plus players alleged to have obtained PEDs from Miami clinic Ryan Braun, the 2011 National League MVP, and Alex Rodriguez are the most prominent of 20-plus players who could face season-ending suspensions if Commissioner Bud Selig and his enforcers get their way.
Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun has been linked to PED usage—again. And this time, it could do real damage to his legacy. The 2011 National League MVP is reportedly being targeted by the MLB for a suspension according to a report and tweet from ESPN's T.J. Show More Summary
USA defeated Puerto Rico in the second round of the 2013 World Baseball Classic on Tuesday, 7-1. The Americans got on the board first in the bottom of the first inning. After 2011 National League MVP Ryan Braun walked with two outs, catcher Joe Mauer doubled to center field to drive him home. Show More Summary
Former National League MVP Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers has been linked to a Florida clinic that provided performance-enhancing drugs to several Major League Baseball players. Braun, whose positive test for PEDs in October 2011...Show More Summary
Former National League MVP Ryan Braun has now been linked to a Miami anti-aging clinic that allegedly distributed Performance Enhancing Drugs according to Tim Brown and Jeff Passan for Yahoo! Sports. And according to another report,Show More Summary
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder and former National League MVP Ryan Braun beat accusations that he used performance-enhancing drugs once during his career, but he will have to do so again after his name has reportedly shown up on documents from the Biogenesis clinic. Show More Summary
Buster Posey is your National League MVP, folks. And it wasn't even close. The San Francisco Giant garnered 27 of 32 first-place votes, beating out the 2011 winner, Ryan Braun. Braun received only three first-place votes in a contest he didn't expect to win. Show More Summary
Ryan Braun can add National League home run champion to his résumé after taking opposing pitchers deep 41 times this season. The Milwaukee Brewers left fielder won the batting title in 2009 and the NL MVP in 2011, and his 2012 home run total is the highest throughout his six seasons in the majors. Show More Summary
All hail Buster Posey. Though the race for the National League Most Valuable Player Award still looks to be a close competition between the San Francisco Giants catcher and Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun, Posey has emerged in the season's final weeks as the best player in the league. Show More Summary
The pressure of Major League Baseball's stretch run has boiled the race for the National League Most Valuable Player award down to two realistic options. With all due respect to Andrew McCutchen, Yadier Molina and—if you want to get sabermetric -happy—David Wright, Buster Posey and Ryan Braun are the only horses in this race. Show More Summary
Eight days remain in the 2012 MLB regular season. Is that enough time for anyone to overtake Buster Posey as the favorite for the National League Most Valuable Player Award? Ryan Braun has an excellent case for consideration, ranking among the league leaders in all the important offensive categories. Show More Summary
Last year, Ryan Braun won the National League Most Valuable Player Award by batting.332 with 33 home runs and 111 RBI. This season, Braun leads the NL with 40 home runs, a.596 slugging percentage and.983 OPS as of Sept. 21. His 105 RBI are tied for the league lead, and his.311 batting average ranks fifth among NL hitters. Show More Summary