Reigning National League MVP Ryan "The Hebrew Hammer" Braun, 28, who led the Milwaukee Brewers last season with a .332 batting average, 109 runs scored, 111 RBIs, and 33 home runs, made baseball history last week by becoming the first Major League Baseball player to have a positive drug test overturned on appeal. Braun had faced a mandatory 50-game suspension following a random drug test that found unusually high levels of synthetic testosterone in his urine, but an independent arbitrator threw out the results due to "chain of custody" issues. The collector reportedly kept urine samples from Braun and other players in his home refrigerator for two days before shipping them to the lab. A Tunisian newspaper publisher was arrested on public indecency charges for reprinting the cover of the March issue of GQ featuring Real Madrid star midfielder Sami Khedira, 24, with his hands covering the breasts of his otherwise naked girlfriend, German model Lena Gercke. Khedira, whose father is Tunisian, is popular in the Islamic state. "This is about a well-known footballer and, in addition, the photo had an artistic dimension," Attounissia publisher Nasreddine Ben Saida in his own defense after he was released on bail.