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“There’s just no reason to get into it and continue to bring this stuff up,’’ he says. “It’s bad for baseball. It’s bad for the team. It’s bad for me. It’s not good for anyone.
“Well, it’s probably good for (TV) ratings, or else people wouldn’t continue to do it.’‘
...“All this stuff, really, is indicative of a larger issue in our society,’’ Braun says. “People love negativity. There are so many great stories out there, so many wonderful things to focus on, but people focus on the negative because a lot of people aren’t happy in life.’‘
I think Braun can stand some repetitive questions about four or more years of post-drug agreement violations and tactical scumbaggery.
He chose to make things an issue with the apparent cover up, denial, smearing of the tester's reputation and being caught in the Biogenesis mess a couple of years later.
Nobody’s fans have ever cheered for the opposing team’s best player.
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