Bronson Arroyo

Keeping up with the Arroyos

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Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo throws against the St. Louis Cardinals during the first inning of a game June 7 in Cincinnati. AP Photo/Gary Landers

NOTE: Hernando High graduates Bronson Arroyo (Class of 1995) and Christian Arroyo (Class of 2013) aren’t related, but they’ve both played Major League Baseball this summer. Hernando Sun will track their progress weekly throughout the next few months.
Bronson Arroyo made two starts this past week, and struggled in his outing last Monday at San Diego, taking the loss as his Cincinnati Reds fell, 9-3. The 40-year-old right-hander lasted 4 2/3 innings, giving up nine earned runs on 13 hits, walking none while striking out two. He hit one batter, and threw 90 pitches, 57 for strikes.

Keeping up with the Arroyos

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Christian Arroyo watches a pop-up while playing for the San Francisco Giants against the Washington Nationals on Memorial Day at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Photo by Valerie Shoaps/Cal Sport Media via AP Images

NOTE: Hernando High graduates Bronson Arroyo (Class of 1995) and Christian Arroyo (Class of 2013) aren’t related, but they’ve both played Major League Baseball this summer. Hernando Sun will track their progress weekly throughout the next few months.
After getting optioned back to Triple-A Sacramento last Sunday, Christian Arroyo started off his second stint with the River Cats with a bang.

Keeping up with the Arroyos

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Hernando alum Christian Arroyo hits a go-ahead two-run double for the San Francisco Giants against the St. Louis Cardinals on May 20. Photo by Chris Lee/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP

NOTE: Hernando High graduates Bronson Arroyo (Class of 1995) and Christian Arroyo (Class of 2013) aren’t related, but they’re both playing Major League Baseball this summer. Hernando Sun will track their progress weekly throughout the next few months.
After sitting out both games last weekend, the slumping Christian Arroyo returned to the San Francisco Giants lineup on Monday against the Washington Nationals. He went 1-for-3 with a double, his fifth of the year.

Keeping up with the Arroyos

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San Francisco Giants' Christian Arroyo drives in two runs with a double in the 13th inning during a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals Saturday, May 20, 2017, in St. Louis. At right are Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and home plate umpire Vic Carapazza. (Chris Lee/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP)

NOTE: Hernando High graduates Bronson Arroyo (Class of 1995) and Christian Arroyo (Class of 2013) aren’t related, but they’re both playing Major League Baseball this summer. Hernando Sun will track their progress weekly throughout the next few months.

After a solid start to his big-league career playing third base for the San Francisco Giants, the rookie Christian Arroyo has had a tough go of it in May, hitting .180 with a home run and 10 runs batted in over 89 at-bats.

Two Hernando High baseball players face off in the Majors

Christian Arroyo (left) of the SF Giants and Bronson Arroyo (right) of the Cincinatti Reds before Friday night's game.  Both Arroyos, although unrelated, are from Brooksville and played baseball for Hernando High School.  Photo via #floridacrackerstyle

On Friday Cinco De Mayo a rare occurrence took place during the game that pitted the San Francisco Giants against the Cincinnati Reds. Two players from the same small high school played against each other in a Major League Baseball game. The pitcher for the Reds was Bronson Arroyo and the third baseman for the San Francisco Giant was Christian Arroyo. Both of these players graduated from Hernando High School and even though they share the same last name and hometown, they are unrelated.

Arroyo's Former Personal Assistant Facing Prosecution for Grand Theft and Forgery

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Anthony Acosta, former personal assistant to LA Dodger’s pitcher and Hernando High alum Bronson Arroyo, is charged with grand theft and forgery after selling Arroyo’s yacht without permission and keeping the proceeds. Acosta forged Arroyo’s signature on the bill of sale. The yacht valued at $167,000 was sold by Acosta for $22,000 in July 2013 after he was let go by Arroyo in 2012.

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