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Bronson Arroyo Wins First Game Of Year; Plague Of Locusts Behind Fourth Seal
May 2nd, 2007 | Thaq Diesel
Hopefully Arroyo’s first win ISN’T a sign of the apocalypse but it did seem like it would never come. I’m sure when Arroyo was pulled in the 8th, he said to Narron, “Surely even THESE bit#$es can’t blow a 10-run league. Can they? Jerry? I’m asking you a question here…” Arroyo threw 65 strikes out of his 95 pitches and threw a three-hitter.
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