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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.
With the ball coming at nearly 100 mph, Chase Headley was merely trying to get the bat to meet it. Once that happened, the rest was automatic.
Aroldis Chapman's first failed pitch cost Cincinnati another one-run game.
Another tight game. Another one-run loss for the Cincinnati Reds.
The Reds couldn't touch Wily Peralta. Couldn't get him out, either.
Lyle Overbay walked into the clubhouse and pointed toward pitcher Wily Peralta's locker.
David Hale made things difficult on the Reds by facing the minimum 21 batters over his last seven innings.
Mike Leake settled down after throwing three mistake pitches in the first three innings.