In yet another step for Ryan Braun as he attempts to repair his personal and professional image after being suspended 65 games by Major League Baseball for his alleged involvement in the Biogenesis scandal, the Milwaukee Brewers right fielder has signed on with 3N2, a small cleat company.

Financial details of the agreement were not revealed, but Braun, who was dropped by Nike in light of the scandal, likely will be making a fraction of what he earned before his reputation was tarnished, his marketability took a major hit and he became an unattractive endorsement commodity to companies.

From Nike to Wisconsin convenience store chains, companies were jumping ship and dropping Braun, leaving smaller, less established companies to fill the endorsement void.

According to an ESPN report, 3N2 trails major baseball cleat manufacturers such as Nike, adidas, New Balance and the like and does not have a major stake when it relates to the cornering of the market. According to SportsOneSource, 3N2 has 0.2 percent market share of the $220 million U.S. baseball cleat market.