Ryan Braun is a memory-eraser around here. Seriously, this guy either walks around town with a Men in Black neuralizer, or has mastered the vampire technique from HBO's True Blood known as glamoring, where you speak soothingly until folks forget what you are. On Sunday, Braun drew a standing ovation for his 200th* career home run in the fourth inning, and chants of "MVP" after his sixth-inning blast, both of which came off Chris Young and fueled the Brewers' 3-0 win over the Mets. You'll recall — those at Miller Park didn't seem to, or else they decided not to care — that Braun did in fact win last year's National League Most Valuable Player Award, only to be busted with what the Daily News reported were "insanely high" levels of testosterone.
Ryan Braun hits 200th career home run, NY Mets manage just two hits in 3-0 loss to Brewers
New York Daily News | Sep 17