The Brewers occupy last place in the NL Central and recently lost star Ryan Braun to the Biogenesis scandal. As such, the team felt it owed something to the fans, so they’re giving out vouchers. LaToya Dennis reports from Milwaukee.
Major League Baseball suspended Milwaukee slugger Ryan Braun for 65 games Monday for his ties to Biogenesis, a Florida clinic that allegedly distributed performance-enhancing drugs. Sports Illustrated writer Michael Rosenberg has some issues with Braun’s apology–or lack thereof.
National League MVP Ryan Braun tested positive for steroids in October and was suspended for 50 games. It was announced on Thursday that the suspension would be overturned. Bill Littlefield has more.
The Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers, Milwaukee Brewers, and St. Louis Cardinals are all in hot pursuit of the October Classic, but only two teams will make the cut. Only A Game analyst Tim Kurkjian of ESPN is on the show with all the latest updates.
The Detroit Tigers will face last year’s AL champs, the Texas Rangers, in a best-of-seven series for the American League title. Bill Littlefield previews the series, which starts this Saturday in Dallas and updates the National League.
Both the ALDS and NLDS have been locked down, and it’s off to the races for the final eight teams. Bill Littlefield has an update on the American League matchups, while Mitch Teich reports on the excitement surrounding the Milwaukee Brewers winning their first division title in the National League.