Originally written August 22, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
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A sure way to tell this is a special season – not even the Philadelphia curse can keep the Reds at bay. The Redlegs found a way to win in the City of Brotherly Love once again Wednesday night, holding on for a 3-2 victory. Bronson Arroyo (10-7) was awesome on the hill, the Reds had just enough timely hitting and Aroldis Chapman held on in the ninth inning. For the complete breakdown, read on. The breakdown of the evening’s festivities: The Good -Bronson Arroyo. The crafty veteran was outstanding on this night, working eight innings of three hit, two run ball. He did not walk a batter and he struck out four. Arroyo has been outstanding overall over his last 10 starts, allowing three runs or less seven of those outings. Oh by the way, he threw just 86 pitches tonight. -Chapman shut down the door (again) in the ninth for his 31st save. He did allow a hit, but nothing more. -The three guys the Reds are going to count on the ...
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