Ryan Braun has been suspended for the remainder of the 2013 season effective immediately for his use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs).
Is every fanbase as odd as that of the Detroit Tigers? I find myself pondering that question on a near-daily basis.
No update on Tigers' Jhonny Peralta following Ryan Braun suspension
The Detroit News, Tom Gage
Peralta, the Tigers' starting shortstop whose name was reported to have been found in the records of the clinic, maintained his silence about the matter on Monday night.
Elsewhere in baseball:
Ryan Braun suspended for remainder of 2013 season
Brew Crew Ball, Noah Jarosh
It's official, Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun has been suspended by MLB for 65 games effective immediately. There will be no appeal.
Ryan Braun barely apologizes, but Rodriguez still looks worse
Ryan Braun stood up and admitted he was wrong. I mean, OK, he didn't actually admit he was wrong.
Ryan Braun suspension: Small price to pay for getting caught
Sporting News, Jesse Spector
Ryan Braun has a bad thumb, the Milwaukee Brewers are in last place, and the left fielder is in his last season as a seven-figure earner before joining the $10 million-a-year club in 2014.
Ryan Braun Suspended For Rest of Season
FanGraphs Baseball, Dave Cameron
Well, the first shoe in the BioGenesis case has fallen.
Report: Evidence against A-Rod goes "far beyond" what was found on Ryan Braun
HardballTalk, D.J. Short
With the baseball world still reeling from the news of Ryan Braun's suspension for his connection to Biogenesis, many are naturally wondering what is in store for Alex Rodriguez.
Well, at least the Miami Marlins have won something recently.