Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (WXOW) Ryan Braun seems unfazed by the latest reports from ESPN that he could be suspended soon, perhaps after next week's all-star break.
Reports surfaced Tuesday that the Brewers slugger was uncooperative with Major League Baseball investigators.
According to "Outside the Lines," Braun was interviewed June 29th about his connections with Tony Bosch, the owner of the Biogenesis clinic in Florida that allegedly supplied performance enhancing drugs to roughly 20 players.
Braun reportedly refused to answer questions about his connections to Bosch and the clinic.
Here's what he had to say after last night's game.
"In regards to that whole crazy situation, the truth hasn't changed. I'm still going to continue to respect the process and not discuss anything in the media. Beyond that, I think the vast majority of stories that have come out are inaccurate. But aside from that I'm not going to say anything. I think I'm numb to the emotions of the whole thing. I've been dealing with it for so long I think I do a pretty good job of not being distracted by it," Braun said.
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