Twice set up by Scooter Gennett doubles, Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun drove in a pair of runs in Monday's rain-shortened loss to the Twins to reach 100 career RBIs in Interleague Play.
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Ryan Braun had a big game for the Milwaukee Brewers in an 8-4 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday, and he did it all despite taunts from the opposing fans. When Braun came up to the plate at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, he was met with chants of “steroids” from the fans. Pirates fans chanting "steroids" around the whole stadium when Braun comes up to bat and twice...
Ryan Braun crushed a pair of two-run home runs to center field, powering the Brewers past the Pirates, 8-4, at PNC Park on Friday.
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Ryan Braun delivered two key late-inning home runs to back up a quality start by Jimmy Nelson, leading the Brewers to an 8-4 win over the Pirates on Friday night at PNC Park.
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Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell remains confident that outfielder Ryan Braun will be ready for Opening Day. Braun has been missing games lately as he recovers from an October back surgery. He got a late start in playing spring training games, and on Saturday he missed his third straight game. Braun says he is unfamiliar with the process of recovering from back surgery,...
While the beginning of spring training is still a few weeks away for the Milwaukee Brewers, the health of their star player, Ryan Braun, is already a question mark. Ryan Braun said he will not be 100% at start of spring camp after back surgery but hopes to be there by opening day. — Tom (@Haudricourt) January 31, 2016 Braun said he's a few weeks behind schedule of where...
MILWAUKEE -- Nearly two months after back surgery, Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun said he is feeling well and is optimistic that he will be back to 100 percent for spring training."The only surprise is the rehab is a little bit longer than I was anticipating," Braun said Wednesday at the team's annual holiday food drive at Miller Park. "Other than that, everything went...
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MILWAUKEE -- Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun says he is feeling fine following offseason back surgery and is optimistic that he will be back at 100 percent for spring training. Braun says the only surprise is that rehab is going a little longer than he anticipated after undergoing the procedure on Oct. 8. Braun spoke to reporters on Wednesday morning while taking part in the team's...
BP Milwaukee's J.P. Breen writes about Ryan Braun's fine season, which brings up some questions that a lot of people probably don't want to think about too hard... It's been well-established that Braun struggled with nerve issues in his hand/thumb last year, which prevented him from even keeping both hands on the bat through impact. The fact was largely ignored by many. I talked...
After a rough road trip, could playing Chicago Cubs at Miller Park be just what the doctor ordered for the Milwaukee Brewers? If recent play means anything, then yes, yes it is. Over the last five seasons, the Brewers have dominated the Cubs at home. On a player level, Ryan Braun might be licking his chops as well. He has had as much production against Chicago than any player against...
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