Seven years after leaving Boston, pitcher Bronson Arroyo still continues to be a favorite in Cincinnati, where he’ll be a starter again in 2013. He was traded to the Reds in 2006 for outfielder Wily Mo Pena.
Arroyo came to the Red Sox in 2003 after being selected off waivers. Arroyo was partly responsible for a bench-clearing brawl between the Sox and the Yankees in 2004 when he hit Alex Rodriguez with a pitch. He played three seasons for the Red Sox.