"It's good to be in a place with familiar faces," said Arroyo, who had Reds manager Bryan Price as his pitching coach in Cincinnati. "You don't have to prove as much. They know what you can do."
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"He's definitely going to be closer to a player than any manager you've ever played for," said Bronson Arroyo, who played for Baker with the Cincinnati Reds, then was in camp with the Nationals.
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