Ryan Braun may break silence next week
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun is ready to tell the truth about his involvement with Performance-Enhancing Drugs.
According to the USA Today, Braun is prepared to admit to his use of performance-enhancing drugs during the 2011 season as well as his reasons for doing it. Additionally, he plans to apologize to the public for all the lies he has been feeding.
Braun won the National League MVP award for the 2011 season but failed a drug test for elevated Testosterone. He appealed the drug test and did not serve a suspension.
According to MLB.com, Braun will most likely break his silence next week and make a statement. Braun has not made a statement since his suspension on July 22, but is now ready to admit his guilt.
Braun was suspended for 65 games by Major League Baseball related to the Biogenesis Investigation that suspended 13 players including Alex Rodriguez.
Braun is trying to keep his name away from Alex Rodriguez after reports last Friday said Braun’s name appeared in the Biogenesis doping scandal when someone in Rodriguez’s inner circle leaked documents with their names to the media.