that the name of slugger is found within the records of the controversial Biogenesis clinic in South Florida, which has been central to baseball’s PED scandal. Passan and Brown also report that Major League Baseball will investigate Braun’s links to the clinic.
in which he says he consulted with Biogenesis regarding his appeal of a 2011 drug test and “never had any other relationship” with disgraced clinician Anthony Bosch.
Bosch has in recent days been alleged to have supplied banned substances to current major-leaguers, including , and . Here’s an image of one of the documents obtained by Yahoo!:
CBSSports.com’s Jon Heyman confirms the presence of Braun’s name in the documents and also confirms that, as you may be able to glean from above, the names of catcher and third baseman also appear.
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Neither Braun, Cervelli or Valencia are listed in conjunction with any specific PED; however, Braun’s name does appear alongside what looks to be a dollar amount in one of the documents obtained by Yahoo!.
As CBSSports.com’s Danny Knobler has noted, .
Braun, of course, successfully appealed a 2011 drug test that showed elevated leted on AC Milan and Inter plans to build a new stadium.He said, “These are lovely projects, I am sure it’ll be a modern and beautiful arena. “We are fond of San Siro because we won everything there, every spectator geir 2-3 defeat at home to Wolves.First goals of the season for Jan Bednarek and Shane Long had Saints sitting pretty at the interval, before Long headed against the post soon after half time.Instead of leading 3-0, Hasenhüttl’s men were pegged back ets a good view and I hope that vels of testosterone in his urine. Because of procedural errors in the testing process, the 2011 NL MVP avoided what would have been a 50-game suspension under MLB’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
Braun, 29, is coming off a season in which he batted .319/.391/.595 with 41 home runs. He long ago established himself as one of the top power hitters in the game today and is signed through the 2020 season.
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