What does Attanasio think about Braun allegation?
Mark Attanasio, managing partner and co-founder of Crescent Capital Group, speaks at the Bloomberg Global Markets Summit in New York, U.S., on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013. The Bloomberg Global Markets Summit, co-hosted by Foreign Affairs Magazine and Bloomberg LINK, convenes market makers and market movers as investors map their strategy for the year ahead. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Mark Attanasio ORG XMIT: 159754780Photo: Image by Jin Lee
PHOENIX, Arizona - As fans wait for more information on the latest allegations against Brewers slugger Ryan Braun, owner Mark Attanasio says he's also in the waiting game.
At his annual visit Saturday to address players before the first full-squad workout, Attanasio said he has no more information than anybody else.
This is the second season that Braun's been linked to performance enhancing drugs.
The latest involves a Miami area clinic that allegedly sold drugs to baseball players. Lists created by Biogenesis clinic operator Tony Bosch allegedly have Braun's name on them.
Braun has said his defense team used Bosch as a consultant in preparing for his successful appeal of a positive drug test for elevated testosterone and that's the only link.