Ryan Braun addressed the media Wednesday for the first time since his PED suspension and said that he is open to moving to right field.
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Mets inquired about the availability of Brewers' outfielder Ryan Braun.
Ryan Braun told manager Ron Roenicke earlier this week that he'd be open to the idea of moving to right field.
Matt Cerrone of MetsBlog.com reports that the Mets have had internal discussions about Brewers' outfielder Ryan Braun.
Andy Martino of the New York Daily News has it on "good authority" that the Brewers are not looking to trade Ryan Braun right now.
Matt Cerrone of MetsBlog.com was told by "people familiar with the team’s thinking" that there is a better chance of the Brewers trading Ryan Braun for Ike Davis than Norichika Aoki.
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin acknowledged Tuesday that the club has discussed moving Ryan Braun to right field in order to make room for Khris Davis in left field.
Ryan Braun has been calling season-ticket holders to apologize for using performance-enhancing drugs.
According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports, Ryan Braun tried to discredit the man who collected his urine in 2011 by telling peers he was a Cubs fan and anti-Semitic.
Ryan Braun was penalized for violating both the labor agreement and the drug policy.
Ryan Braun said in a statement Thursday that he is not allowed to address his 65-game PED suspension.
Ryan Braun has been suspended without pay for the remainder of the season for violating MLB's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke indicated Friday that Ryan Braun is expected to be in the starting lineup on Saturday.
Brewers reinstated OF Ryan Braun from the bereavement list.