Update: Braun's name is listed among the records of the Miami-based Biogenesis clinic, which most recently named several other players on its distribution list for performance-enhancing drugs, Yahoo! Sports reports. Unlike the list of players that were revealed last week in a report from the Miami New Times, Braun's name was not listed next to any specific PEDs.
Recommendation: Like the rest of the players listed, Major League Baseball will investigate Braun and determine if there's sufficient evidence to warrant a suspension. Braun came under fire last season when it was revealed he tested positive for synthetic testosterone during the 2011 postseason, but he avoided a 50-game suspension after winning an appeal in February. It remains to be seen if he will be so lucky this time around, though the lack of a positive test available for MLB to count as evidence will make it more difficult to prove Braun guilty of these most recent allegations.