Boston Red Sox defeat Detroit Tigers, 2-1
DETROIT -- There is a creative desperation to each Bronson Arroyo pitch, witnessed in his many arm slots and sweeping breaking balls.
Many days, and in many ways, he looks like he just gets by. But is anyone in baseball getting by any better?
"He's probably been the most consistent starter we've had since last April," said teammate Kevin Millar following Arroyo's eight-inning, three-hit, one-run tour de force in yesterday's 2-1 matinee win over the Detroit Tigers, the S...
DETROIT - When they saw Bronson Arroyo walk off the mound prior to the start of the ninth inning in favor of closer Keith Foulke, there was a collective sigh of relief, a temporary moment where they felt that a one-run lead could have been extinguished with one hard, swift swing of the bat after a day of excruciating frustration.
The Tigers, 2-1 losers on sun-splashed daytime getaway day, intended no disrespect toward Foulke, who continued the pitching dominance with a ...
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