2010 Spring Training - null
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In a Minor League game on Thursday, Arroyo threw 87 pitches over 5 2/3 innings. He missed one start this spring and pitched in another game when he was less than 100 percent. He has a 5.14 ERA over four big league spring games.
Originally expected to be Cincinnati's No. 2 starter, last season's 17-game winner has missed time, and other rotation injuries have put his starting spot into a flux.Arroyo has one more spring start, on Tuesday against the Indians, which is also the day the Reds break camp and head home to Cincinnati. "I'm going to treat this last start on the 29th like it's the first game of the season for me," Arroyo said Friday morning before his test results came back. "I will pitch 100 percent, and hopefully be feeling good for April."