Bronson Arroyo’s shoulder has been barking loudly lately. The Reds starter is listening and acknowledged he might be done pitching. Arroyo lasted a season-low three innings, allowing five earned runs and seven hits Sunday during the Reds’ 8-7 loss to the Dodgers
In a game where the Giants had already outlasted Carlos Martinez, rookie third baseman Christian Arroyo capped a 12-pitch at-bat against Cardinals reliever Kevin Siegrist with a two-run double to help San Francisco steal a 3-1, 13-inning win at Busch Stadium on Saturday.
Christian Arroyo continued to inject life into the Giants, shattering an eighth-inning tie Friday night with a leadoff home run as San Francisco topped the San Diego Padres, 4-3.
It was a final hurdle to cross before he could return to the Major Leagues, but it appears that Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo crossed it without difficulty. On Sunday in a simulated game in Goodyear, Ariz., vs. Cincinnati Minor Leaguers, Arroyo threw 90 pitches over six innings.
In a game vs. Dodgers Triple-A players on Tuesday, Reds righty Bronson Arroyo threw 74 pitches over 4 1/3 innings. He gave up three earned runs on five hits with no walks and three strikeouts.
Often the coolest person in the room and the most easy-going, it’s hard to imagine Bronson Arroyo as the oldest guy anywhere. But the Reds pitcher hit the big milestone Friday, when he turned 40 years old.
What a weird 48 hours this has been for Bronson Arroyo. On Wednesday, it appeared the 39-year-old pitcher’s career might be over when MLB Network’s Peter Gammons first reported that Arroyo had been diagnosed with an 80 percent tear of the rotator cuff in his right shoulder. Come Friday though, things looked much more promising […]
Veteran right-hander Bronson Arroyo was hoping to make a comeback with the Washington Nationals this spring. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be. According to MLB Network’s Peter Gammons, Arroyo was diagnosed with an 80 percent tear of the labrum in his right shoulder on Wednesday. The injury will end his season, and based on previous […]