In other Bronson news, he felt the need to blab to the Rhode Island News about how he can't wait to get back to Boston:
“I still miss playing in that uniform, especially when I turn on the TV and they are 10 games out of first place and there is still a crowd that is maybe more enthusiastic than any crowd in the game,” Arroyo told the Lawrence (Mass.) Eagle-Tribune in a story published yesterday.
“You never know what's going to happen in the next couple years.”
You've got to admire the guy for his utter lack of worry about alienating the fans for the team he currently plays for.
I recommend the comments on Redleg Nation to see some of the alienation in action. Among my favorites:
That act is tired, and I'd hoped Arroyo would've gotten it out of his system after the year he had in Cincinnati.
Arroyo's at his peak, so trade him and let him go back east. Doesn't want to be in Cincinnati? So good-bye!
And the best in my book…
Hey, Bronson! Obviously the Red Sox didn't want you. Sell the house and stop living in the past, man. At least the sun shines in Cincinnati.