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The 29-year-old catcher has been limited to 56 games in 2017 and he could very well be done for the season.De Sclafani got a second opinion recently on his sore right elbow and it confirmed that he was dealing with tendinitis, not anything structural.Arroyo told on Monday that he threw a bullpen session in Cincinnati on Friday with Reds catching coach Mike Stefanski.No one from the Reds' front office was present, but the session was put on video for the club to watch.He missed the entire 2015 season while rehabilitating from Tommy John surgery on his right elbow. I'd be lying if I said I knew I could throw 200 innings with this arm.
"I wanted to give the Reds every opportunity to keep me," Arroyo said. He was headed to the ballpark Monday afternoon for a lifting session. 24, feels the Reds would be a good fit for him because of his familiarity with the city, staff and team facilities.
Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo, left, smiles as he talks with pitching coach Mack Jenkins after Arroyo pitched two scoreless innings of a spring training baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers, Sunday, March 12, 2017, in Goodyear, Ariz. Arroyo will throw in an intrasquad game Sunday in Arizona, and if that goes well, he could be pitching for the Reds in St. The Reds will turn in a 25-man roster to Major League Baseball's offices Sunday that is unlikely to include Arroyo, who wouldn't be added to the roster until he's needed to pitch."Right now we’re preparing him to pitch on the 8th," Reds manager Bryan Price said. Overall, he threw 73 pitches in 4 1/3 innings, allowed five total hits and struck out three.“I can tell my body is as normal as ever been,” Arroyo said. I felt stronger today, threw deeper into the game.”Price watched the game from the team's tower between the four fields, sitting beside right-hander Homer Bailey, before moving to the big-league game a mile down the road at Goodyear Stadium."He has a game plan with what he’s doing. almost exclusively stayed inside on the hitters and that was more than anything to keep them away from being able to extend," Price said.
— After throwing 73 pitches in a minor-league game on Tuesday, 40-year-old Reds starter Bronson Arroyo has just one more hurdle before he's ready to make his return to the big leagues. I'm right where I want to be."Arroyo allowed three runs on back-to-back-to-back home runs to three of the Dodgers' top prospects.
The 40-year-old right-hander has been disastrous over 14 starts for the Reds in his comeback season, compiling a 7.35 ERA and 1.59 WHIP across 71 innings.
Arroyo admitted Sunday that his shoulder has been "barking" for a while now.Arroyo told reporters after Sunday's loss to the Dodgers that his shoulder has been "barking" for the last couple of weeks, and in the same conversation the 40-year-old right-hander mentioned possibly retiring.