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Topic - Bronson Arroyo
Bronson Arroyo probably never had so much fun in a loss.
Devin Mesoraco had caught Bronson Arroyo often enough to know the pitcher likes to try to sneak a first-pitch curveball past hitters in tough situations.
The Mets are going to need more from Lucas Duda and Chris Young if their lineup is going to have any success.
Thanks to some misfortune by the Mets and some solid defense of their own in the opener, the Diamondbacks had something to show for an oh-fer day.
Bronson Arroyo was 3-0 with a major-league best 0.39 ERA his first three starts this month. The Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher would have needed a fourth game just like it just to keep his team close.
From the first pitch, Adam Wainwright thought this could be the day he threw a no-hitter. He came really close.
Stephen Strasburg was good, Bronson Arroyo was better.
Strasburg pitched seven solid innings but was done in by one bad pitch to Paul Goldschmidt while Arroyo frustrated Washington batters in Arizona's 3-1 win Tuesday night.
Chase Headley homered in the ninth inning off Aroldis Chapman, the first hit the hard-throwing lefty allowed since his return from being hit in the head by a line drive, and the San Diego Padres beat the Cincinnati Reds 2-1 on Tuesday night.
Bronson Arroyo got the best of Stephen Strasburg - on the mound and at the plate.
With the bases loaded and Carlos Gomez at bat, the Brewers thought they finally had a chance to break through in the eighth inning after an otherwise frustrating day at the plate.
Bronson Arroyo figures the Arizona Diamondbacks' rotten start has got to turn around at some point.
The punchless San Diego Padres don't have many answers these days.
The ball bounced in the dirt and away from Carlos Ruiz, a play the Philadelphia catcher could have easily given up on.
Bronson Arroyo gave the Diamondbacks a chance, extending their recent streak of quality starts.
"I saw his fastball OK," Arroyo said.
"It was 3-0 after the first inning and that's exactly what we couldn't have on this ballclub right now," Arroyo said. "It just kills the morale of a team when you're losing constantly and giving up runs a lot, then you give up a three-spot early on. It just grew from there."