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National League MVP Ryan Braun, who last season led the Milwaukee Brewers to their first division title in nearly three decades, has tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug and faces a 50-game suspension if the initial finding is upheld, two sources familiar with the case told "Outside the Lines."

RAAAH! MORAL OUTRAGE!!!

http://espn.go.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/7338271/ryan-braun-milwaukee-brewers-tests-positive-performance-enhancing-drug

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Same article, using the Palmeiro excuse...

A spokesman for Braun issued a statement Saturday: "There are highly unusual circumstances surrounding this case which will support Ryan's complete innocence and demonstrate there was absolutely no intentional violation of the program.
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They're talking about it on SportsCenter right now. Showing the comments he made about ARod' date=' and his MVP acceptance (when he already knew of the test results). Definitely hypocritical.[/quote']

No Major League Player has ever sucessfully appealed a positive result. The threshold is so high, that it is in controvertable.

Wonder about the Princely One?

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No Major League Player has ever sucessfully appealed a positive result. The threshold is so high, that it is incontrovertable.

Wonder about the Princely One?

That was my first thought as well. The two seem to be pretty close.... makes you wonder.

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