Back on February 23, 2012, Ryan Braun saw his 50-game suspension for testing positive for synthetic testosterone overturned.
Suddenly, he was acquitted and able to start the 2012 season on time.
The key word there is "acquitted." An acquittal is not proof of innocence. In fact, it's proof of nothing more than insufficient evidence to convict, nothing more.
This is a hard fact that looms over the head of Braun this season. He's done his proclamations of innocence on numerous occasions, yet those words are falling on deaf ears.
Braun is having himself a fine season. That much is true. The problem is due to the discourse of events occurring