Earlier this week, Ralph Sasson posted video of his depositions from his now-dismissed defamation lawsuit against Ryan Braun. Unfortunately for Sasson, all filings and discovery (which includes deposition transcripts and videos) in the case were sealed via court order because the ordering judge was pissed at Sasson's…
We all love the 1989 classic "Major League." Most of us love a great pop culture reference. However, we don't love cheaters who lie to our face and drag an innocent person's name through the mud.
Ralph Sasson, the typically aggro-bro law student you see in the video above, is a former long-time friend of Ryan Braun's who is suing the Brewers star and Braun's agent, Nez Balelo, for defamation. Sasson is also the kind of guy who's not afraid to say "fuck it" and post not only his full 90-minute deposition on…
In the first inning of Saturday's game against the Cubs, Ryan Braun—going through his typical warm-up routine in the hole before making his way into the on-deck circle—struck Jean Segura in the head as he whipped his bat around. Segura was taken out of the game and helped back into the locker room. He wound up with a…
Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun showed off his power today in a 10-4 win over the Phillies, bashing three home runs to a Philadelphia crowd who reminded him of his suspension for banned substances last season. Seriously, they were not having any of it.
Milwaukee fans gave Ryan Braun a standing ovation for his first at-bat since serving a 65-game suspension for his role in the Biogenesis scandal. This shouldn't be a surprise—Crowd Cheers its Team's Best Player—but some folks seem to have forgotten how this thing goes.
Here's an RSVP posted on Reddit this morning, in which Peyton Manning regretfully declined to attend a fan's wedding. Such a polite young man!
Ryan Braun is placing calls to Milwaukee Brewers season ticket holders to apologize for using performance-enhancing drugs and getting suspended as a result, according to a report by CBS58.
Congratulations to Alex Rodriguez. For this brief moment in time, somehow you are not the most unlikable PED user in baseball! It took a heroic effort from Ryan Braun, but holy crap is this a bad look.
Kirk Gibson, a manager of a Major League Baseball team, has called out Ryan Braun. He's super pissed at Braun and went so far as to mention how his wife blames Braun personally for stealing a World Series appearance from the Diamondbacks. Do you see how crazy this PED scandal is making people?
According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today Sports, Ryan Braun will apologize publicly at some point in the near future for his use of PEDs in 2011 and the lying that followed.
Ryan Braun might be suspended for the rest of this season, but he seems perfectly content while getting his swell on in California.
Last week, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio said the Brewers were "working on a way to give back to the fans for going through this," with "this" being Ryan Braun's newfound pariah status. They announced the plans today. Free tickets? Braun jersey trade-ins? How about: ten bucks!
A former Major League Baseball player went on TV today and admitted to using steroids. The reason our baseball media haven't collapsed onto the national fainting couch is either that Buster Olney is still down there, rolling around and making whimpering noises about Ryan Braun, or that the player in question is…
So baseball suspended Ryan Braun for the rest of the season because he... well, because he did SOMETHING, gosh darnit. And this suspension was met with a collective roar of clucking approvals from Hot Sports Take providers all across our fair nation. Christine Brennan and her colleagues got their thirst for justice…