Ryan Braun

"I mean, it’s impossible not to think about at some point," the 32-year-old slugger tells HuffPost in an exclusive interview.
It's not all hot dogs and soda pop -- or hadn't you noticed?
Though baseball has tried desperately to shed the ghosts of Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and Barry Bonds, steroids in baseball may still yet have a lingering effect, both literally and historically.
After not seeing a single carry against the Tennessee Titans, Blount walked off the field before the game was over, seemingly giving up on caring what would happen the rest of the game. But most Patriots fans don't care, as long as he produces on the field.
Talk about being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Ryan Braun was warming up in the dugout on Saturday when he accidentally
Milwaukee Brewers star Ryan Braun heard plenty of boos on Tuesday during a game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens
2013. Wow. Could you be more proud of how this country chose to treat its most recent 365 days?
According to the authoritative Jewish Baseball News, the 15 Jewish players on major league rosters batted .254 during the regular season that just ended.
One of American Jews' great traditions -- not found in the Bible or any other sacred book -- is fretting over whether Jewish Major Leaguers will play on the high holidays, particularly Yom Kippur, the most sacred day in the Jewish calendar.
The PED issue, which has now dogged baseball for well over a decade, has been exacerbated by an appalling lack of courage on the part of nearly everybody involved. Cowardly denials, insincere apologies, failing to take responsibility and efforts to scapegoat individuals.
Shortly after Braun was suspended for the rest of the 2013 season over performance-enhancing drugs back in July, players
According to a report from "60 Minutes," members of Rodriguez's inner circle leaked documents connecting Yankees teammate Francisco Cervelli and Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun to Biogenesis, the clinic at the center of MLB's latest performance-enhancing drug scandal.
The 2011 National League MVP was subsequently connected to the clinic and its founder Anthony Bosch by a Yahoo! Sports report
Add Los Angeles Angels phenom Mike Trout to the list of ballplayers who think there should be stricter penalties for those
I'll leave it to the pundits to sort out, but there's definitely something wrong when the defense of the integrity of the game played and cherished by millions for over a century comes down to one man and his personal opinions on an individual player.
Although A-Rod faces the loss of enormous amounts of money, whatever is left of his reputation and his livelihood, this story is only somewhat about him. It is also a reminder of what a complete, and neverending mess MLB, led Bud Selig, has made of the steroids issue.
Then last weekend, golfer Hunter Mahan chose to put family first, a decision that may have cost him $1 million. Mahan held
My faith in baseball is rocked. My trust and confidence in the humans who play this game -- and make millions of dollars for hitting, catching, throwing and pitching a baseball -- has lessened.
What do baseball player Ryan Braun and rock singer Scott Weiland have in common? Answer: They are both entertainers who have lost their jobs at one time or another due to drug allegations!