Braun's Record Has Been Discovered - In The Used Bin
Records were made to be broken, not discovered. Such is not the case with Ryan Braun. Having seemingly turned Major League Baseball on it's ear with a victory in the lawsuit involving his alleged PED use two yerars ago, Braun's record resurfaced again, this time at a used record store in Florida.
In a non-desript section of Miami, Brauns lone musical release has been discovered. Those unfamiliar with Braun's musical history will be surprised to find his one and only album, "From Third To Left", now stacked among some of the finest records from other major league baseball greats in the Used bin.
There's "A-Rod, Best of A-Rod", from Alex Rodriquez, Roger Clemens country twanged classic, "You Know I Know", the Manny Ramirez, Sammy Sosa collaboration, "Hottest Tracks", and of course, the legendary Barry Bonds release, "Barry - Love To Love Me". The owner of the store, "Used But Not Abused, Ron Pressing, said Melky Cabrera's latest release, "Head Games", was sold out.
Braun's LP features several popular tracks including, "Walleye Vision", 'When Lucy Calls", 'Knee Jerk" (Corey Hart parody), "Ned, We Hardly Knew Ya", and the heart-felt ballad, "The Brewer Formerly Known As Prince".
Unavailable for comment, speaking only through an attorney, the Brewer All-Star left fielder admitted that priced at $5.99, the album is a steal. He pointed to the resurgence of vinyl as a reason to pick it up and also hinted at a new release sometime in the near future. Until then, allegedly, any association with other used record stores where his records appear would be strictly on a consultive basis only.
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