Braun Wins Appeal on Positive Drug Test and Avoids Suspension.
BBC News: written by Ken Belson
February 24th, 2012
"Ryan Braun, the reigning most valuable player in the National League, has become the first baseball major league player to successfully appeal a positive drug test with his lawyers convincing an arbitrator that his sample was mishandled by the test collector."
In my opinion this is a very fact claim based article. There really isn't an argument made just facts stated that Ryan Braun has had 12 positive tests and that his most recent test was tampered with. In the article they go on to tell in more detail how they think Braun's sample was tampered with. The author of this article also states that now more lawyers have hopes that they can win cases like these when they come up. I am not really sure where that kind of category this statement would fall under. But it was a nice twist in the story to make it more personal to the others that were involved to make this happen. I just feel like this article is a really good example of a fact claim argument. I never once thought this Ryan Braun could be guilty while reading this, and I think that is because it was full of so many believable statements.