No rush to defend Braun

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No rush to defend Braun

Fellow baseball players fed up with subterfuge
A multitude of major leaguers expressed disdain after Ryan Braun opted not to fight Commissioner Bud Selig, depicted here as a statue, and Major League Baseball and accepted a 65-game suspension over evidence he used performance-enhancing drugs.
Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson was one of the harshest critics of Ryan Braun and of cheaters in baseball as a whole on Monday. “They’re lying to the fans,” he said. “They’re lying to their teammates. They’re lying to their GMs, their owners, and they’re going to get caught.”

No rush to defend Braun

A multitude of major leaguers expressed disdain after Ryan Braun opted not to fight Commissioner Bud Selig, depicted here as a statue, and Major League Baseball and accepted a 65-game suspension over evidence he used performance-enhancing drugs.
Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson was one of the harshest critics of Ryan Braun and of cheaters in baseball as a whole on Monday. “They’re lying to the fans,” he said. “They’re lying to their teammates. They’re lying to their GMs, their owners, and they’re going to get caught.”
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