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Braun Has Credibility Problem

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Two years in a row, Ryan Braun comes stumbling into camp dogged by ‘roids rumors thicker than that constant cloud of dust enveloping Charlie Brown's pal, Pig Pen.Two years in a row, Braun stares daggers right through the issues and squirms toward coming out unscathed on the other side.

During his just-under 10 minutes with a large group of media outside the Brewers' clubhouse on Friday morning, there were enough uses of the words “challenges” and “distractions” to choke a donkey.

This is all getting harder and harder to swallow, isn't it?

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