Well, this is one way to make amends.
After getting in trouble for using PEDs, MLBer Ryan Braun has reportedly been calling Milwaukee Brewers season ticket holders to apologize to them.
Needless to say, this took some by surprise, but not everyone gave him an earful.
One shocked bar owner, Pat Guenther, got a call from Braun and thought it was a joke! He told his story:
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It doesn't sound like Alex Rodriguez will be making any friends anytime soon!
The New York Yankee slugger was recently slapped with one of the biggest suspensions in MLB history, but there were also 13 other players that also received bans due to their links to performance enhancing drugs and some are saying A-Rod ratted a few of them out!
Earlier this year, Miami New Times released documents that revealed
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Alex Rodriguez is NOT going down without a fight!
In fact, it sounds like he wants to take on the MLB head-on, as sources close to the New York Yankees slugger say he's planning on suing the league unless they completely lift his 211 game suspension!
A-Rod was recently handed one of the largest bans in baseball history for his links to using performance enhancing drugs and attempting to cover his tracks, but apparently he doesn't feel the punishment fits the crime!
The Bronx Bomber admitted to
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With Ryan Braun's suspension coming earlier this week, it looks like it's only a matter of time before more baseballers face punishment!
Alex Rodriguez's name is at the top of the list of players tied to using performance enhancing drugs through Biogenesis of America, but unlike the Milwaukee Brewers slugger, he has NO plans on going down without a fight!
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Twitter ALWAYS seems to be leading to problems for athletes!!
About a year ago, there was some speculation swirling around that Milwaukee Brewers outfielder was using performance enhancing drugs, but Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had faith that his fellow Wisconsin star was squeaky clean!
So when 37-year-old tweeter Todd Sutton asked if he really believed that the slugger hadn't used steroids, Aaron decided to put his money where his mouth is and responded:
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Ryan Braun might want to consider taking up a hobby, because he's not going to be playing baseball for a loooong time!!
The Milwaukee Brewers outfielder has been suspended by the MLB for 65 games for multiple violations of the league's drug policy, meaning he'll miss the remainder of the season!
Ryan has denied using performance-enhancing drugs in the past, but now he's owning up to it and says he accepts his punishment.
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National League MVP Ryan Braun, who caused controversy after testing positive for a banned substance, wants to clear his name.
The Milwaukee Brewer was originally thought to be using performance enhancing drugs, like so many other of MLB players have in the past, but an investigation revealed the positive test results were due to a medication he was taking.
It's still unclear what the medication was and why he was taking it, but he's eager to talk about it. When asked about it recently, Braun declined to comment, but said:
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