He also apologized to fans, teammates, the commissioner, and most importantly the sample collector whom Braun slandered following his positive test, even going so far as to say that the man was anti-Semetic.
Braun believes he did the right thing, although some would say it's a bit late for that.
While I think the MLB investigation was a bit over the top, Braun definitely didn't make the correct decision. He badmouthed a good man, lied to teammates, friends, family and fans, and he ended up hurting the team more in the long run by getting suspended longer than the original 50 games.
I've said many times that personally, I have no problem with players using PEDs. It honestly doesn't bother me. But when you take down an innocent man in an attempt to cover up your own lies, you're absolutely doing the wrong thing.
Are you ready to forgive Ryan Braun?