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New Document Raises More Questions Regarding Braun

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MLB's 2011 National League Most Valuable Player Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers prepares to go on the field during their MLB spring trai
MLB's 2011 National League Most Valuable Player Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers prepares to go on the field during their MLB spring trai

UNDATED (WHBL) - A new document was made public Friday afternoon, which indicates closer ties between Milwaukee Brewers’ slugger Ryan Braun and a Miami clinic suspected of selling performance-enhancing drugs.  E-S-P-N’s “Outside the Lines” show revealed a handwritten list of four players, including Braun, purportedly written by clinic founder Tony Bosch last April. The network cited a source, saying the four received performance-enhancing drugs from Bosch and they owed him money. That list included Braun, Alex Rodriguez, Melky Cabrera and Francisco Cervelli.

The list had the number 15-hundred beside it.  E-S-P-N said it was the amount of money Braun owed Bosch.  “Outside the Lines” said the list is not definitive proof that Braun received or used P-E-D’s. Either would draw a new suspension. Braun was first tied to Bosch’s clinic in a recent Yahoo Sports report in which his name was on a different document that did not tie him to performance-enhancing drugs. At that time, Braun said the clinic owner wanted 20-to-30-thousand dollars as a consulting fee – and there had been a dispute over that fee.

Braun reported to spring training Friday.  And before the E-S-P-N report came out, Braun had refused to answer questions about his earlier statement on his dealings with Bosch.  Celebrity attorney Martin Singer, of Los Angeles, told E-S-P-N that Braun’s name is on the new documents only because Bosch was asked to be a consultant in Braun’s appeal from last year. Two attorneys who represented Braun in that appeal – David Cornwell and Chris Lyons – refused to comment. Braun repeated that he would cooperate with any investigation into the matter. Major League Baseball is conducting a probe. 

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