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Topic - Mark Attanasio
Milwaukee Brewers owner Mark Attanasio is committed to keeping Ryan Braun on the team and knows the suspended slugger has a lot of work to do to repair his image.
Manager Ron Roenicke's signal that the Milwaukee Brewers were ready to play came each day when Prince Fielder let out his booming, infectious cackle.
The Milwaukee Brewers are a small-market team that thinks big.
Ryan Braun stepped into the box when a familiar feeling overcame him. Just like in 2008, the Brewers homegrown slugger propelled Milwaukee back into the postseason.
Prince Fielder sprinted back and forth from dugout to dugout, trying to get to every single fan.
"It's the most fun you can possibly have," Attanasio said. "The thing about all our guys, they really pull together."
"Ryan loves the big stage," Attanasio said.