MILWAUKEE - While the Brewers continue on without Ryan Braun, fans and media are waiting to hear from the slugger who is suspended for the rest of the season.
Braun released a statement through a text to the team Thursday saying he isn't able to talk about it just yet.
Braun's statement, which was posted on ESPN.com and confirmed to FOX 11 by the Brewers, reads in part:
"When I am able to, I will speak. I know it was difficult for everybody, but I was not, and still am not, legally allowed to say anything yet."
Owner Mark Attanasio said Thursday he still doesn't have details of what exactly Braun was accused of that caused the 65-game suspension.
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