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A website dedicated to my favorite player in all of baseball,

Bronson Arroyo, #61
starting pitcher, Cincinnati Reds

"I wanted to prove I could pitch in this league, and I think I accomplished all that...winning the World Series was a bonus."

---Bronson Arroyo


NAME: Bronson Anthony Arroyo
HEIGHT: 6'5"
BATS: Right
BORN: February 24, 1977, Key West, FL
RESIDES: Brooksville, FL
ACQUIRED: 3rd Round Draft Pick in 1995 by Pittsburgh Pirates
MLB DEBUT: 06/12/2000


Year   Team   G  GS   W   L   SV   CG   SHO     IP
2000   PIT   20  12   2   6    0    0     0    71.2
2001   PIT   24  13   5   7    0    1     0    88.1
2002   PIT    9   4   2   1    0    0     0    27.0
2003   BOS    6   0   0   0    1    0     0    17.1
2004   BOS   32  29  10   9    0    0     0   178.2
2005   BOS   35  32  14  10    0    0     0   205.1
2006   CIN   35  35  14  11    0    3     1   240.2

   Career      161 125  47  44    1    4     1   829.0   

*As of February 28, 2007


The Cincinnati chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America voted Bronson as winner of both the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the Reds' Most Outstanding Pitcher and the Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award
Bronson appeared at the 2006 Kahn's RedsFest on December 2 and 3 in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he played two concerts in addition to signing autographs
Has stated over and over that his number one love is baseball over music, even though he still loves to play his guitar and perform in concert
Bronson led all Major League Baseball pitchers in innings pitched in 2006 with 240.2 innings and his name was mentioned for the NL Cy Young Award
Bronson was the starting pitcher on November 4, 2006 in the Major League All-Star Game in Japan, getting the win 8-6 over Japan (4IP, 5H, 4R, 1W, 2SO)
Has been nominated for the "Starting Pitcher of the Year" on MLB.com's "This Year in Baseball Awards 2006"
Bronson pitched his first career shutout on September 5, 2006 (3-hitter, complete game-3rd of the season) on three days' rest
Pitched in the 2006 MLB All-Star Game in Pittsburgh (5th Inning) on July 11, 2006
Performed at the Cincinnati Reds' "Perfect Pitch" Concert with Raquel Aurilia (wife of Reds infielder Rich Aurilia) to benefit the Reds Community Fund on June 15, 2006
Hit another home run against the Chicago Cubs on April 11, 2006
Hit his first career home run in his first at-bat vs. the Chicago Cubs on April 5, 2006
Is the #2 pitcher in the Reds' rotation, but considered an "Ace"
Traded to the Cincinnati Reds from the Boston Red Sox for Wily Mo Pena on March 20, 2006
Won the World Series with the Boston Red Sox on October 27, 2004 and helped "Reverse the Curse"
Pitched a perfect game in AAA Pawtucket on August 10, 2003
Released a music CD called "Covering the Bases" on July 12, 2005
Has performed at both the 2004 and 2005 Hot Stove, Cool Music shows to help raise money for the Jimmy Fund
His favorite music is alternative, including Stone Temple Pilots, Nirvana, Alice in Chains, & Pearl Jam (#1 fave)
Very laid back personality but puts his whole heart into every game
Loves to play his guitar whenever possible before/after games
Really cares about his fans
Wife's name is Aimee and they were high school sweethearts before they got married
Named for actor Charles Bronson (his father, Gus' favorite)
Class of 1995 graduate of Hernando High School in Brooksville, FL

"I never dreamed about putting out an album, I dreamed about winning a World Series...music will always be a part of my life."

--- Bronson Arroyo


Reds at Pirates
Saturday, September 30, 2006

3-0 LOSS

** Bronson pitched 7 innings, gave up 3 runs, 7 hits, 3 walks,
and 3 strikeouts. His final season record is 14-11 and ERA is 3.29 **

NEXT GAME (Tentative)

To Be Announced
April, 2007


Be sure to check out the action shots I've posted, photos from his CD release concert, Hot Stove Fenway Concert, and my collage I made just for Bronson (when he was with Boston)!


Click here to get the latest news on Bronson!

"I'm definitely a lot more nervous playing guitar and singing...it's weird...I've been playing baseball my entire life and I've been on the mound in Yankee Stadium with the bases loaded in Game 7, but I'm more confident there than playing guitar in front of 100 people."

--- Bronson Arroyo


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Made by Bronson's management team with lots of things to see!

Bronson Arroyo Online

Created by my friend, Siobhan

John Skilton's Baseball Links

Lots of links to different players, teams, and things related to baseball!

Red Sox Chick's MLB Blog

Created by Red Sox Chick...The name of the site says it all!

Bronson's Profile Pages...

Cincinnati Reds.com
Fox Sports
CBS Sportsline

Maintained by Kelli

Created May 19, 2005
Last updated February 28, 2007

Ahh, this play will forever be remembered by Bronson's fans everywhere
...and as Bronson put it, "Nice try A-Rod!!"

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The song you're listening to is called "Everlong" by Bronson off his CD called
"Covering the Bases"