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Bronson Arroyo in The Dugout: [Saturday
May 24th, 2008 ]

ravensgurl211
[ mood | amused ]

http://sports.aol.com/fanhouse/2008/05/19/the-dugout-the-speculation-station/#cont

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[Monday
January 15th, 2007 ]

kenneals87
so I didnt see bronson at the roxy because they changed the show to 21+ and i am only 19. but me and my girlfriend went to Concord and saw him there.

he was amazing it was such a good show.I sat third row!!! then after the show he was signing stuff for 20$$ that was going to charity but the line was crazyyyyy. so i didnt stay but its alright cause i have a picture with him already.. and i'll get another one soon enough i am sure =)

but any who here are somepictures from last night!

Enjoy!
sorry they are a little dark.


> go to www.smg.photobucket.com/albums/v408/lilKenneally/bronson%20at%20Conord/? to see them
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[Monday
January 15th, 2007 ]

kenneals87
can anyone refresh my mind on how to post pictures haha.
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[Saturday
January 13th, 2007 ]

kenneals87
I am seeing bronson tonight in boston at the Roxy!

I'll post pictures.
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Bronson car ad? [Wednesday
January 10th, 2007 ]

ravensgurl211
[ mood | amused ]

While reading my favorite Blog All Things Bubba, she had a link to a a commerical starring Bronson.

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Hiyas [Wednesday
January 10th, 2007 ]

ravensgurl211
[ mood | nervous ]

Name: ravensgurl211
Age: almost 22
Location: New Jersey
Why choose the Sox?: Erm. Didn't.
Do you own Bronson's CD?: Yes.
If you do, whats your favorite song?: His verison of Everlong
Why like Bronson?: Because he was always smiling and looking happy. And I have a thing for cornrows =/ And his voice is amazing *_*
Have you been to any Red Sox games?: No.
Anything else you would like to say about yourself: Nothing about me, I was just shocked to find a community for him that is still semi-active (after the big trade at least. The lull between baseball season starting and ending doesn't count).

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[Sunday
November 12th, 2006 ]

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[Friday
October 13th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
Red Sox Notebook: Arroyo's strategizing his return to the Red Sox


01:00 AM EDT on Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Bronson Arroyo may be in Cincinnati, but his heart is still in Boston.

In fact, he may already be planning his return.

"I still miss playing in that uniform, especially when I turn on the TV and they are 10 games out of first place and there is still a crowd that is maybe more enthusiastic than any crowd in the game," Arroyo told the Lawrence (Mass.) Eagle-Tribune in a story published yesterday.

"You never know what's going to happen in the next couple years."

One thing that will happen is Arroyo hitting the free-agent market after 2008, when the three-year contract he signed with the Red Sox last winter expires. He has yet to sell his home in Boston, and he told the newspaper he'll hold onto it for at least two more years . . . or until he sees what happens in free agency.

Arroyo, 29, went 14-11 with a 3.29 E.R.A. for the Reds and made the National League All-Star team. He said Sox general manager Theo Epstein, who traded him to Cincinnati for outfielder Wily Mo Pena in spring training, called to congratulate him on his All-Star selection.

"He was joking around about how he couldn't go anywhere in the city without somebody yelling at him about trading me," Arroyo said.

Like many Sox fans, Arroyo didn't understand why Boston would pitching for outfield help.

"[Why] would you trade away a young, 200-inning arm?" he said. "Even if Wily Mo hits 40 home runs, I think with what's going on in baseball as far as getting rid of steroids and stuff, it's becoming harder for people to pitch 200 innings and stay healthy year after year. I can see pitchers becoming more of a commodity than they were five or six years ago."

And Arroyo thinks he became more of a commodity after the season he had.

"I was disappointed with the move, but it is probably going to help me out in the long run, because I'm coming over to [Cincinnati] with a little more responsibility, showing I didn't need the Boston Red Sox lineup to stay out there and win ballgames." he said. "In the end, as a free agent, I have become worth more than if I stayed in Boston and pitched out of the pen . . .

"Over time, you earn your respect. I've always been a guy who has been borderline, 'Is he a starter or a bullpen guy?' But now I think I've shown I can be a No. 3 on any team in baseball.

"So now I've gotten over that hump. Now I have to prove that I can be a guy who can do it 2, 3, 5 or 10 years in a row."

Sheffield a possibility

The Red Sox, in need of more offense, would likely be interested in Gary Sheffield if the Yankees decline the 2007 option, worth $13 million, in his contract. Sheffield, for his part, thinks he'll be available.

"My gut tells me I am not coming back," Sheffield told The New York Post in a story published yesterday.

The Post, however, speculated the Yankees may pick up the option -- and then trade Sheffield -- in order to keep him away from the Red Sox.

Asked how he felt about not going back to New York, Sheffield said, "It's all good."
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[Sunday
July 16th, 2006 ]

plaidstripdwall
[ mood | tired ]

Here is a Bronson Picture Spasm.... 



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all star game! [Tuesday
July 11th, 2006 ]

swinglifeaway31
Bronson made the NL All-Star Team!
now who else besides me is mega exited?!?!?!

it's on at  8 on espn i believe.
good luck bronson!
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Here are icons of Bronson Arroyo [Thursday
May 11th, 2006 ]

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New Livejournal for srlbabicrunk [Thursday
May 11th, 2006 ]

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[Tuesday
April 11th, 2006 ]

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New icon also
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[Tuesday
April 11th, 2006 ]

naniwhy
Okay, so I was at the game today and the guy behind me got a text that said Bronson had hit another home run. I honestly thought his friend was messing with him... and when they replayed it on the screen, the entire park was collectively laughing and cheering. It was quite sweet.

So congratulations, Bronson. As much as we miss you, it sure seems like you're having a heck of a time out there with the Reds.

And happy home opener, everyone! Fenway looks great, even if they did destroy my lovely old roof seats...

Oh, and I just realized - how awesome is it that Arroyo right now has the same number of home runs as Ortiz?
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HOOORRAAAAYYYYY!!!!!!!!!! [Wednesday
April 5th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
[ mood | ecstatic ]

Bronson just got his First HOMERUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am sooooo excited/proud of him!!!!


He was sooo happy when he was running the bases and when he was in the dugout he had the hugest smile =)

but he still looks a little sad... like he would have loved to share that with the redsox.. cause he would have had loving waiting for him at homeplate... this team didnt do much.... =/ but still I am happy for him

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just to let you all know [Tuesday
April 4th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
Bronson is pitching tomorrow @ 12:30 on espn
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[Monday
April 3rd, 2006 ]

katie_badatie

I'm a little late but...
Happy Opening Day. :]
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[Thursday
March 30th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
As far as I know...
8 strike outs. :]

EDIT: 9 stike outs.
Also... did anyone notice that his eyes are brown instead of his hazel-ish green?
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I thought you would like to read this [Saturday
March 25th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
Notes: Arroyo kicks off Reds career
Sprained ankle ends Wise's spring; flexible lineup expected
By Mark Sheldon / MLB.com

In five innings, Bronson Arroyo gave up six runs (five earned) on seven hits and two walks while striking out three in his Reds debut.


SARASOTA, Fla. -- Bronson Arroyo's career with the Reds launched on Saturday, as did what the pitcher hoped would be only a brief period of adjustment.
His pitching line wasn't spectacular. Facing the Twins, Arroyo completed five innings and gave up six runs (five earned) with seven hits and two walks while striking out three.

The right-hander also admitted to not being in sync yet with his new catcher, Jason LaRue.

"I wasn't pleased with the results, but I felt strong in my first couple of innings," Arroyo said. "Working with Jason will take a few times to get on the same wavelength, as far as pitch selection and how I want to approach getting guys out."

Acquired Monday from Boston for outfielder Wily Mo Pena, Arroyo also got his first bailing out from Cincinnati's high-octane lineup. He left the game down, 6-3, but the Reds belted four home runs and earned an 11-9 victory.

"Tell you what, if they keep doing that all year, I'll be super happy," Arroyo said.

Coming off a 1-2-3 second inning, Arroyo endured a rough third inning. He issued back-to-back one-out walks and, with two outs, allowed Glenn Williams' two-run homer to right field. A long double and an RBI single up the middle followed before he got out of the jam.

Arroyo, who lowered his spring ERA to 9.72 with the outing, said he's had difficulty getting command of his fastball. He was hit hard in his first three starts for Boston before turning in five scoreless innings last Sunday.

The 29-year-old said he'll probably shake off pitch selections from LaRue for a while, but that he's always worked that way with his previous catcher -- Boston All-Star Jason Varitek.

"I shook off Varitek more than anyone in the rotation," Arroyo said. "We'd like to get it down [with LaRue] to where, if I am shaking him off, he knows what the next choice is instead of going through three or four."

Arroyo, who signed a three-year, $11.25 million contract with the Red Sox this past offseason, believed he had gotten over the initial shock of being dealt.

"I'm pretty cool now," he said. "The first few days were definitely rough. Once you get in the game, start playing with the guys, you start getting a little more cohesive and used to everyone around you and how they play, the different personalities and stuff. It'll all come together pretty quick."
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[Wednesday
March 22nd, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
[ mood | crushed ]

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[Tuesday
March 21st, 2006 ]

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Join a community that  features Former Red Sox Players.  It would contain pictures, updates, and stories of  them. I would just need help on the players who people would want to follow.

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[Tuesday
March 21st, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
[ mood | aggravated ]

It sucks terribly that he's gone. I know alot of people that think it's a big mistake trading him because he was a great addition to the team 3 years ago and so what if he got off to a rough start this season... he would be better later on in the season. I'm not saying this just because I have a crazy obsession for him, he is a great player and deserves to stay in Boston.

I've been saying that something will happen to Wells this season and I'm holding to it... considering were losing at the moment 4-1 and Wells is pitching.

Theo's just a big asshole and he likes to rip people off. He left right before Damon got traded and came back a little after... it was his idea to get rid of him I bet... he just didn't want to look like the bad guy. But now he is because all these familer faces are gone and the team isn't going to be what it used to in '04.

"I can't believe my boy [Arroyo] is gone," Ortiz said.

All I can say is big mistake.

Edit: 8-3 now. http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2006/03/parting_thought.html?p1=MEWell_Pos4 Check this out as well...

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Curious. [Monday
March 20th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
[ mood | curious/sad. ]

What are we going to do about this community? I think we should still keep it but at least change the picture or stuff that is related to him being on the Sox.

:**********[

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i cant believe this [Monday
March 20th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
Bronson IS gone they traded him...... hes a a cinn red now...................................................................... =*****(
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New here... [Wednesday
March 15th, 2006 ]

caseysgirl14
Name: Brandee
Age: 18
Location: RI
Why choose the Sox?: Because Boston is cool :) And because it's in the fam
Do you own Bronson's CD?: Yep
If you do, whats your favorite song?: Got 3- Best I Ever Had, Freshman, and Something's Always Wrong
Why like Bronson?: The kick :)
Have you been to any Red Sox games?: Yep
Anything else you would like to say about yourself: Not really just yet :)
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[Tuesday
March 14th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
[ mood | Dreamy! ]

Did anyone just see Bronson Arroyo on t.v.?!
He was on some sports new thinger and he sang slide.
My heart sank... My heart is still sunk.
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[Thursday
March 9th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
[ mood | tired ]

does anyone know how Bronson did today?

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[Sunday
March 5th, 2006 ]
nogivingup
It was so good to see Bronson pitch yesterday!

Not really seeing him all winter made him look even more gorgeous
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help please [Thursday
March 2nd, 2006 ]

kenneals87
there is a picture i need to get its on the redsox website in the galleries and its under the hotstove gall.... i need to picture of papelbon and craig hansen. i cant copy it from the slideshow i dont know how but i need it cause my friend looks like craig hansen and i need to show him that picture lol. long story but if someone could post it on here that would be great!
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[Tuesday
February 28th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
"Notes: Arroyo takes life as it
Right-hander knows he might be traded or moved to bullpen
By Ian Browne / MLB.com


FORT MYERS, Fla. -- For a man who just planted roots in Boston via a three-year contract, it could be unsettling to hear your name in trade rumors, not to mention wondering if you're headed to the bullpen.

But Bronson Arroyo's payoff for being perhaps the most laid-back member of the Red Sox is that he doesn't get worked up about things he can't control.

It seems these items are always storylines for Arroyo this time of year. And like clockwork, he winds up being a part of Boston's five-man rotation once the season begins.

'It never materializes,' said Arroyo, who led the Red Sox with 20 quality starts last year. 'It never happens, man. Not to say that it can't happen. But would I rather stay here and pitch out of the 'pen than go anywhere else? Yeah. The worst that happens is that we have seven starting pitchers. If I'm one of the 12 best pitchers on the staff, then I can still be on this club and pitch.'

The latest word out of the rumor mill is that the Nationals, who just lost starting pitcher Brian Lawrence for the season, have interest in Arroyo.

Sure, the Red Sox have seven starting pitchers for a five-man rotation. He may not be a grizzled veteran just yet, but Arroyo knows these problems have a way of sorting themselves out.

'It's really impossible to tell right now, because nobody knows how Boomer [David Wells] is going to feel,' Arroyo said. 'Nobody knows how valid the trade rumors are. Camp is just one week in, and it's probably more of a grind for the starting pitchers than it is during the season, because you're trying to jump-start your body again. Little stuff bothers you that doesn't normally bother you. Anything can happen.'

Arroyo just hopes that one of those things doesn't involve him being moved to another organization."
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Question. [Saturday
February 25th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
[ mood | confused ]

I'm just wondering.
I'm perfecting my Red Sox wall and I need help.
Does anyone have 5 or more Red Sox jerseys/shirts?
What do you do with them?
I have 5 jerseys and 5 shirts... I don't know what to do with them.
I have 3 jerseys on one window and 3 shirts on my other... I don't know if I should hang them up or leave them where they are.
Anyone know what to do???


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[Friday
February 24th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
[ mood | sleepy ]

I'm up...
and it is February 24...
so why not shout it...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRONSON ARROYO!


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ok heres the scoop [Thursday
February 23rd, 2006 ]

kenneals87
i just watched bronson in an interview and he was saying that there are seven guys to the five starting positions. He said as of now it looks good that he could be a starterhe doesnt see why he wouldnt be a starter.... but also nothing set in stone because spring training just started... and he also sang a song =)it was good ofcourse and ofcourse he was beautiful.

and also HAPPY 29TH TO HIM TOMORROW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

night



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[Thursday
February 23rd, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
Did any of you know that Bronson's not in the starting rotation in the depth chart?

1. Schilling
2. Beckett
3. Wells
4. Clement
5. Wakefield
6. Papelbon
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Pictures found by piney61 [Tuesday
February 21st, 2006 ]

srlbabicrunk

the captions were also by piney61 and they were hilarious as usual


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sweet caroline!!!!!!! [Friday
February 17th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
Pitchers and Catchers report to Spring Training!!!!!!!!!!
[04] Days Until Position Players report to Spring Training
[45] Days Until Opening Day @ TEX (My Birthday, how appropriate)
[53] Days Until Home Opener Vs TOR
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[Wednesday
February 8th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
[09] Days Until Pitchers and Catchers report to Spring Training
[13] Days Until Position Players report to Spring Training
[54] Days Until Opening Day @ TEX
[62] Days Until Home Opener Vs TOR
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[Thursday
February 2nd, 2006 ]

kenneals87
I AM GOING TO THE THIRD GAME OF THE SEASON!!!!!!!!! APRIL 13TH BABY!
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just to update! [Wednesday
February 1st, 2006 ]

kenneals87
Get ready girls....

I am excited I am sure you are as well

[16] Days Until Pitchers and Catchers report to Spring Training
[20] Days Until Position Players report to Spring Training
[61] Days Until Opening Day @ TEX
[69] Days Until Home Opener Vs TOR

GO SOX !
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[Tuesday
January 24th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
Theo's GM.

The other two guys, they aren't sure where to put them. One is probably going to be assitant GM and the other maybe Vice President Player Personal.
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[Saturday
January 21st, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
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I'm still working on getting that picure of the kid at my school, I told him Thursday that I needed a picture of him tomorrow, meaning I was going to take a picture of him, and he brings in a picture of him Friday and it's his senior picture for the yearbook. Which, he has short hair in that picture so it won't work out so I will for sure get one by Wednesday.
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it's OFFICAL [Thursday
January 19th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
Arroyo gets three-year deal
Right-hander's loyalty to Boston main factor in new contract
By Ian Browne / MLB.com

Bronson Arroyo is 24-19 with a 4.19 ERA since joining the Red Sox in 2003. (Chris Carlson/AP)
Red Sox Headlines

• Arroyo gets three-year deal from Red Sox
• Varitek a calming influence
• Red Sox avoid arbitration with reliever Mota
• Timlin honored to play for Team USA
• Red Sox mailbag: More chances for DiNardo?
• More Red Sox Headlines
MLB Headlines

• MLB approves Reds ownership change
• Arroyo gets three-year deal from Red Sox
• Martinez in charge of Team USA's chances
• WBC provisional rosters unveiled
• Mariners don't want Felix to play in WBC
• More MLB Headlines



BOSTON -- In a winter in which the Red Sox have spent plenty of time trying to accommodate the trade requests of Manny Ramirez and David Wells, it had to be a pleasure for the club to see just how much Bronson Arroyo wanted to remain in Boston.
In large part because of Arroyo's strong desire to stay in Boston, the Sox signed the slender right-hander to a new three-year contract on Thursday.

By agreeing to a deal that will pay him between $11 million and $12 million, Arroyo bid adieu to his remaining three years of arbitration eligibility, and the new pact will take him right to free agency.

In a unique twist, Arroyo's agent, Gregg Clifton, advised his client against taking what he felt was a discounted contract.

"I think [Clifton] felt like I was leaving close to maybe $4 million on the table," Arroyo said. "I think [Clifton] felt like three years, $15 million is probably would I would achieve if I went through the arbitration process all three years."

But Arroyo stood up for himself and insisted on taking an offer that gave him more security.

"I agreed to this contract with strong advice from [Clifton] not to sign it, simply for the reason that I want to play in this town," said Arroyo, who turns 29 next month. "I love being a Red Sox. I wouldn't have signed a deal [like this] in any other place. The reason I took a discount was because I love playing here and I want to stay here my whole career."

In Curt Schilling, Josh Beckett, Wells, Tim Wakefield, Matt Clement, Jonathan Papelbon and Arroyo, the Red Sox have seven viable starting pitchers for their five-man rotation.

Wells, another Clifton client, will likely be traded before the season starts.

Arroyo hopes that his new deal will help prevent him from being the odd man out.

At the same time, his agents warned him that the new deal could make him more attractive to a smaller market team in a potential trade. Arroyo was willing to take the risk, hoping the ultimate reward will be a lifetime of home games at Fenway Park.

"They didn't give me any guarantees, but [co-general managers] Jed [Hoyer] and Ben [Cherington] both stated to me that there were no deals on the table for me right now and they felt pretty strongly that I wouldn't be traded anywhere any time in the near future," Arroyo said. "Not that they could guarantee me any security for the lifetime of the contract, but at no time in the near future did they see me going anywhere."

Arroyo hopes that he can make the same progress in the next three years that he made in the previous three. Remember, the Red Sox claimed Arroyo off waivers from the Pirates prior to the 2003 season, and that low-risk move has paid significant dividends.



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"I'm very happy and pleased that I ended up in the place that I did coming from Pittsburgh," Arroyo said. "Looking back on my time in Pittsburgh, I'm definitely glad that I'm here in Boston. In my heart, I always knew that this day would come, where I would be a solid Major League pitcher and signing a multi-year deal. I'm definitely pleased where I'm at right now."

Arroyo broke into the Boston rotation during the club's World Series championship season of 2004, posting a 10-9 record and a 4.03 ERA. He cemented his spot in 2005, notching a staff-high 20 quality starts while winning a career-high 14 games.

While some players shy away from the spotlight of Boston, Arroyo has thrived in that environment, even moonlighting as a musician.

"Everyone has their own take on the city, how rabid the fans are," Arroyo said. "I personally love playing here. I think anytime you can step on a field and have 35,000 people who are so into the game that if you don't bring your A game, you're going to get booed, it's fun for me. It's exciting.

"Every time you come to the ballpark, you know you'd better bring your best or people are going to criticize you for it. I also love the city. I love that it's not too big of a town, like New York. It's kind of a little big town. I also enjoy that fans know their baseball here and they take it serious and they want a winner."

Arroyo has the flexibility to work as a starter or a reliever, but the former option looks to be far likelier in 2006, given all the setup arms the Red Sox have assembled in the bullpen.

The ultimate team player, Arroyo said he'd understand if he winds up pitching in relief, even though it is his strong desire to go every fifth day.

"I've said in the past I'd do anything to help the team win, and I still feel that way," Arroyo said. "I think I've proven myself as a starter, but if they think that I'm the No. 6 guy again and I need to pitch out of the bullpen, then that's what I'll do."

Arroyo knows that the 2006 Red Sox will be a different bunch, minus the memorable personalities of Johnny Damon and Kevin Millar. But he seems at peace with that, even though Millar and Damon were two of his closest friends on the team.

"Any time you have a group of guys that you enjoy playing with and you love playing with, you hate to see those guys go," Arroyo said. "Having Kevin Millar leave and Johnny Damon and these guys, it's definitely disappointing, but it doesn't change the fact that playing in Fenway Park is a joy every single day.

"I feel like the team we run out there is always going to be competitive," he continued. "I feel like our starting pitching staff is going to be pretty darn good no matter who we run out there, and we still have a pretty good lineup to put up some runs. I'm not too worried about it; I think we're going to be just fine."
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[Thursday
January 19th, 2006 ]

srlbabicrunk
[ mood | happy ]


Arroyo to sign three-year deal
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By Michael Silverman/ Boston Herald
Thursday, January 19, 2006 - Updated: 12:29 AM EST

Driven by a belief that accepting his first long-term contract will help him remain a Red Sox the rest of his career, Bronson Arroyo is ignoring the advice of his agents and is on the verge of agreeing to a three-year deal with the team.

    The deal, worth slightly less than $11.5 million guaranteed and containing another $1 million in incentives, was being finalized last night and a physical for the 28-year-old right-hander could take place as soon as today.
    "We’re very close to finalizing a three-year deal with the Red Sox but it’s a discounted deal over the first two years of the agreement," said one of Arroyo’s agents, Gregg Clifton. "But Bronson believes that taking this deal will allow him to remain a Boston Red Sox for the remainder of his contract and hopefully for the rest of his career by providing this discount to the Red Sox. Bronson loves the city of Boston, he loves the fans and he loves the Red Sox and he wants to finish his career with the Red Sox."
    Clifton and Arroyo’s other agent, Terry Bross, believe Arroyo should be making somewhere around $4.5 million a year for the remaining three years Arroyo has before he is eligible for free agency. They hope Arroyo’s pure love for the Red Sox will not come back and bite him.
    "I just hope, as does Terry, that the Red Sox don’t use this discount to deal him away to another team," said Clifton.
    Since being picked up off waivers from Pittsburgh before the 2003 season, Arroyo has posted a 24-19 record and proven to be a valuable member of the rotation as well as an occasional reliever. He established career highs in starts (32), wins (14) and innings (205 1/3) last season. He began the season 4-0 with a 3.21 ERA before cooling off the rest of the way to finish with a 14-10 record and 4.51 ERA.
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[Wednesday
January 18th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
So I hear from my brother that Arroyo signed a 3-year deal with the Sox. :D On Sports Desk this morning they were talking about how he wanted 4.9 mill. I think it was from what he got no 2.7 mill. Well, I knew wearing my Arroyo shirt would bring me luck!
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[Monday
January 16th, 2006 ]

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got from piney61 [Friday
January 13th, 2006 ]

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[Thursday
January 12th, 2006 ]

katie_badatie
[ mood | tired ]

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[Thursday
January 12th, 2006 ]

srlbabicrunk
Come talk and share pictures of the beloved Derek Lowe
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[Wednesday
January 4th, 2006 ]

kenneals87
did anyone watch red sox now tonight and happen to catch where bronson's next concerts are again? I caught it but now I forgot =P
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REDSOXALUMNI [Wednesday
January 4th, 2006 ]

srlbabicrunk

 

Join a community that  features Former Red Sox Players.  It would contain pictures, updates, and stories of  them. I would just need help on the players who people would want to follow.

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