February 7th, 2014
Starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo has finally found a new home in Arizona. The deal is for two years with an option for a 3rd, and is worth up to 23.5 million. Arroyo, who is 36 years old, is still arguably the most durable starting pitcher in the game. He has pitched at least 200 innings in every season since 2004, with the exception of 2011, when he pitched 199. In 2013 with Cincinnati, Arroyo pitched 202 innings, had a win-loss record of 14-12, and had an ERA of 3.79. Never overwhelming numbers, but still solid every single season.
– Spring Training kicked off yesterday for Two cactus Leauge teams.