Ryan Braun | Disciples of Uecker - Part 12

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What If Braun Were Guilty?

By on February 27, 2012

What If Braun Were Guilty?

We need to get something out of the way right up front. If you’re a person who doesn’t even want to consider the possibility that Ryan Braun could have knowingly taken something on the banned substances list, then this piece isn’t going to be for… [More]

Constructing Lineups with Ryan Braun

Over the past four days or so baseball has been secondary to urine on the mind of those around the Milwaukee Brewers. As interesting as human excrement can be, it would be nice to think about the game for a bit. With Ryan Braun back… [More]

MLB: Management Being Management

Americans don’t have labor consciousness. You might say, “what on earth does this have to do with anything baseball related?,” but luckily, we’re talking about baseball labor. One of the striking aspects of the public response to the Ryan Braun decision — besides the willingness… [More]

New Reports In Braun Case Only Increase Uncertainty

As with most large news stories being covered from multiple angles by a myriad of media outlets, we continue to learn more long after the story is originally reported. The same goes for this fascinating Ryan Braun story. Major League Baseball and the testing facility… [More]

Video: Ryan Braun On Winning Appeal

***** Full video of Ryan Braun’s statement regarding his winning appeal against charges that he tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug in October 2011:

Reactions To Braun’s Appeal Victory

A wide range of opinions have hit the baseball blogosphere since Thursday afternoon, when news broke that Ryan Braun won his appeal. I thought it useful to gather some of the more interesting articles together in one place for your viewing/reading pleasure this morning. Mark… [More]

Ryan Braun And His Bittersweet Victory

Ryan Braun will not serve a 50-game suspension for violating the league’s PED policy. News broke on Thursday evening that Braun won his appeal, via a 2-1 decision, yet that has not stopped an extremely vocal segment of baseball fans from maintaining his guilt. According… [More]

Ryan Braun wins appeal, avoids suspension

75 days. About 10 weeks. Over two months. That’s how long Ryan Braun has had to deal with being labeled a cheater without being able to share his side of the story. Today, Ryan Braun became the first Major League player to ever have a… [More]

Productive Outs and Situational Baseball

Batting Approaches In the baseball fan’s universe, the entire strategic game unfolds clearly and logically. Each player is culpable for contributing their share to the offense, but barring that, they should at least hit behind the runner. This is simple — the baseball fan’s universe… [More]

Heat Maps With Comment: How the Brewers Pitch Pujols

We all know that Tony LaRussa quote about the Brewers pitching Pujols up and in (and inadvertently hitting him once), but here it is again: “They almost got him yesterday too. There’s nothing intentional about it. But they throw the ball in here… Do you… [More]