Bronson Arroyo

Bronson Arroyo

Height/Weight: 6' 4"/195 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Key West, Florida
Draft: 1995 3rd round by the
  • Sporting News

    Joey Votto injury update: Why Reds star will miss his first Opening Day in 14 years

    For the first time in 15 years, Joey Votto will not be on the field for the Reds on Opening Day. Votto is still recovering from an injury that he suffered during the 2022 MLB season. He was hopeful to return and play on Opening Day, but he wasn't able to make it back, much to his disappointment. "It saddens me because Opening Day means a lot to our city. It means a lot to me," Votto said to Bobby Nightengale of the Cincinnati Enquirer . "This is just how it is shaking out this year. I'm trying to hustle back and get back in uniform as quickly as possible and help the team. It's just going to be a little bit later this year." MORE: Ranking all 15 Opening Day pitching matchups Certainly, it will

  • WYSO

    Numerous ex-Dragons players expected to be on Reds opening day roster

    Opening day for the Cincinnati Reds happens this Thursday. The Reds play the Pittsburgh Pirates at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. As the team rebuilds, many young players who have starred for the Dayton Dragons in recent years will get a chance to play in the big leagues. Around ten of the twenty six players on the Reds projected opening day roster spent time in Dayton with the Dragons early in their careers or on rehab assignments.

  • Cincinnati Magazine

    Opening Day Will Cure Any Reds Fan's Apathy

    Opening Day of the 2023 baseball season is upon us, and apathy reigns in Cincinnati. After posting the lowest attendance figure in Great American Ball Park history one year ago, the Reds have had trouble selling out this year's season opener, once the hottest ticket in town. Reasons for apathy among the fan base are evident to everyone who hasn't been asleep for a quarter-century. The Reds lost 100 games last year for only the second time in franchise history, and they followed it up with an off-season in which management did little to improve the club.