Ryan Braun, an American aged 40 is an All-Star MLB outfielder who was named 2011 National League MVP after hitting 33 home runs, compiling 111 RBIs, and batting .332 for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Who is Steve Braun?
Steve Braun happens to be the younger brother of Ryan Braun. He was in Los Angeles, California alongside his older brother, Ryan by their parents, Joe Braun and Diane Braun.
He played baseball at the University of Maryland.Apart from this, there’s seldom any disclosed information about his personal life.
On November 17, 1983, Ryan Braun whose birth name is Ryan Joseph Braun was born in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, United States.
Regarding his education, he went to Granada Hills High School. In 2002, he completed his high school graduation. Brian was excellent in his academics as well, due to which he received an academic scholarship to study at the University of Miami.He was fond of playing baseball since a kid, and therefore he joined the school to play baseball. He was a four-year letterman on its baseball team. In 2010, he was in the best form during his sophomore year, when he batted with an average of .456. As a senior high school player, Ryan batted with an average of .451, and he ultimately broke the school record by scoring the most home runs 25.
In 2005, Braun was signed by the Milwaukee Brewers as a player, and his professional career began. He got an opportunity to play for the Brewers in 2007 when their regular third baseman, Corey Koskie, suffered from post-concussion syndrome. Ryan was voted the National League Rookie of the Month for June, making a record slugging percentage of .716, and an OBP of .435. Ryan became the fastest player in Brewer’s history to hit ten major league home runs.In 2008, they renewed his contract and extended it for eight years. In July, he was named the NL’s Player of the Month. Ryan had a great major league career start in August, where he made 558 total bases and 133 extra-base hits. In 2012, he finished second in the National League MVP.Ryan hit his 350th career home run in September 2020. He was also 5th in homers among all active players at that time. He had a $15 million mutual option with the Brewers in 2021 with a $4 million buyout. However, in October, the Brewers made him a free agent instead of exercising the $15 million option.
He officially announced his retirement from his professional baseball career on September 14, 2021.
Ryan Braun played 1766 games for the Milwaukee Brewers during his career with a batting average of 296. He became the all-time home run leader for the Brewers and the player to win the All-Star 6 times and the Silver Slugger Award 5 times.