You Mad, Bro? The Diamondbacks Are A Dumpster Fire Edition

From SB Nation’s AZ Snake Pit Blog “As bad as our pitching is at least it hasn’t given up eleven runs to the Marlins… LOL” “don’t tempt fate” “Why not? I mean, I already have…” “We could really use a win. Just saying.” “Three hours of torture Begins: now” “This is going swimmingly.” “If you’re a Mets fan.” “I don’t know what I expected...
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D-backs game report: Saturday, March 29

Cubs 9, Diamondbacks 8 Game recap: Bronson Arroyo threw 77 pitches in 5 2/3 innings of his final spring appearance, his second start in a major league game after being delayed because of back soreness early in camp. The Cubs got six hits off Arroyo, all singles, and two runs, but Arroyo looked comfortable and appears ready to make his first scheduled start April 3 in the final game...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
18 days ago  |  Discuss

D-backs get good news on Arroyo

PHOENIX -- Bronson Arroyo has this thing about starts. He refuses to miss one. Even after taking an epidural for a herniated L5/S1 disk in Philadelphia in May of 2011, Arroyo was on the mound four days later. It is the reason he believes a recent disk flareup this spring will not be a issue when the regular season arrives. "It's nothing new, man. I've been dealing with...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Arroyo to rest for 7-10 days with bulging disk

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- After missing a start Tuesday with back stiffness, Diamondbacks pitcher Bronson Arroyo will miss 7-10 days recovering from a bulging disk, D-backs general manager Kevin Towers said Wednesday. Towers said an MRI on Tuesday morning revealed the bulging disk, which Arroyo suffered while running earlier this week. Arroyo, who has never been on the disabled list in...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

While settling into new surroundings, Arroyo takes on familiar role

MESA, Ariz. -- To the Cubs fans in attendance Thursday on opening day at Cubs Park, the team's new spring training facility, there was nothing to notice about the opposing pitcher other than, perhaps, his unusual high leg kick. To the Diamondbacks fans on hand, it was a first look at the team's latest acquisition. If there was an odd Cincinnati Reds fan or two in the sold...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Bronson Arroyo still seeks three-year deal amid free agency strife

Despite voicing frustration over not being signed yet, Bronson Arroyo is not lowering his contract demands, as the right-handed free agent still seeks a three-year contract.This is according to a report by Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. On Sunday, Cafardo wrote that the main hangup with Arroyo continues to hinge on the length of the contract. Arroyo seeks a third year or vesting...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Bronson Arroyo: MLB Teams Should Learn From Dice-K Deal

Bronson Arroyo is having a hard time wrapping his head around this offseason. Arroyo, who remains a free agent despite stringing together 10 consecutive seasons of at least 32 starts, is frustrated with his lack of contract offers, according to ESPN’s Jayson Stark. Arroyo’s frustration intensified when the New York Yankees threw $155 million at Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka...
January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Bronson Arroyo laments frustration of struggling to find job

It wasn't supposed to be this challenging for Bronson Arroyo. Sure, the right-hander is getting up there in age (37), but given his unparralled track record of durability and reliability, finding a team willing to give him the contract he wanted via free agency wasn't supposed to be too difficult.Well, as fate would have it, landing such a deal has proven to be extremely...
Via Redlegs Review
January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Bronson Arroyo says money only reason he would leave Reds in free agency

Look around the landscape of Major League Baseball and you would be extremely hard pressed to find any starting pitcher more reliable and durable than Reds right-handed veteran Bronson Arroyo. The 36-year-old has been a model of consistency since joining the Reds prior to the 2006 season. In fact, no other National League pitcher has won more games or made more starts than Arroyo...
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August 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Potential destinations for Bronson Arroyo, Shin-Soo Choo

If money had nothing to do with professional baseball, it would be a no-brainer for the Reds to keep veterans Shin-Soo Choo and Bronson Arroyo beyond this season. However, money has a lot to do with the makeup of professional baseball, and unfortunately Cincinnati isn't one of the teams who traditionally has a bunch of it. With that being said, it's highly unlikely the...
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August 25, 2013  |  Discuss

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