MLB Rumor Central: No real market for Ryan Braun?

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Ryan Braun is in the midst of a huge season for the Milwaukee Brewers, but the outfielder appears to be generating limited trade interest.

Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball tweets the Brewers have received “at least one offer” for Braun, but referred to that offer as "terrible" for a player who owns a .321 batting average and an .898 OPS.

Heyman did not report the team that made the offer.

The lack of a real market for the 32-year-old Braun is likely due to a bloated contract and a history of injuries. Braun is making $20 million this season and has about $90 million left on a contract that runs through 2020 with an option for 2021.

Braun has dealt with wrist, back and neck issues this season and was scratched from Thursday’s game against Arizona with tightness in his right side.