ESPN.com "A Mets official downplayed the team's interest in Bronson Arroyo, now suggesting a meeting may or may not take place with the free-agent pitcher. The team insider characterized the Mets' actual interest in Arroyo as "not super high." ESPNNewYork.com, relying on a source familiar with the..." December 02
Hardball Talk "It was reported on Thanksgiving that the Twins were still pursuing Bronson Arroyo even after adding Ricky Nolasco and now Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish hears that the Mets are “heavily involved” in talks with the free agent right-hander. No deal is believed to be imminent, but Mets general..." November 30
CBSSports.com "The Twins are said by people familiar with their situation to have inquired about just about every available starting pitcher. Although Bronson Arroyo, Ricky Nolasco and ex-Twin Matt Garza have been linked to the Twins most often, they've also inquired about other top starters like Ervin Santana..." November 26
Hearing Twins remain very high on Bronson Arroyo. Might still be possible to get him on a two-year deal.
Also hearing the Mets like Phil Hughes better than Bronson Arroyo at this point.
"Bronson Arroyo is not out of our picture" after the signing of Tim Hudson according to Giants AGM Bobby Evans
Bronson Arroyo told us that the Phillies, Dodgers, Angels, Twins and Orioles have all expressed in him but he has yet to get an offer XM 89
Bronson Arroyo continues to talk with the Giants, among other teams.
St. Paul Pioneer Press "Talks between the Twins and veteran right-hander Bronson Arroyo are heating up. Negotiations had yet to commence as of Tuesday evening, according to a person with direct knowledge, but the Twins have been going over Arroyo's medical records and have discussed guarantee language with his..." November 13
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bronson Arroyo hasn’t packed up the last of his things in his Mount Adams apartment. It’s not because he thinks he’ll return to the Reds or Cincinnati in the spring, it’s just that he doesn’t know where he’s going to be next year. In a perfect world, Arroyo said this week, he’d retire as a Red,..." November 11
Depending on how the offers develop from other teams, the Giants are well-positioned in the bidding for Bronson Arroyo.
St. Paul Pioneer Press "Bronson Arroyo will turn 37 in the early stages of spring training, but that hasn't dissuaded the Twins from calling to express preliminary interest in the free-agent right-hander. According to a person with direct knowledge of the situation, the Twins have yet to make a formal offer for..." November 07
CBSSports.com "Bronson Arroyo won't get a qualifying offer from the Reds, sources said. Arroyo has been a very dependable pitcher, but his age and stuff makes that figure seem high, especially for a small-market team like the Reds. Arroyo was 14-12 with a 3.79 ERA this past year, and has been very..." November 04
New York Post "The Mets’ hopes for the backbone of their team next season to be starting pitching suffered a crushing blow when Matt Harvey was lost following Tommy John surgery. If they are going to have any chance of staying relevant in 2014, the Mets will almost certainly have to lure someone like Bronson..." November 02
MLB.com "One thing I didn’t get to on Friday when Dusty Baker lost his job was a part of my conversation with Bronson Arroyo. The longtime Reds pitcher knew that his last start of 2013 vs. the Pirates — where he allowed five homers — was possibly his final start with the club. Nothing has changed since..." October 08
New York Post "Bronson Arroyo is preparing for an “interesting” offseason that could include dancing with the Mets. With the Reds right-hander set to hit free agency and the Mets likely in the hunt for a veteran innings-eater type pitcher to bolster a young rotation multiple industry sources have mentioned..." September 25
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bronson Arroyo has been pitching professionally for 19 years. In all that time, he’s been trying to solve one of baseball’s great mysteries. He’s spent a lot of time and energy trying to figure out how to have his best stuff every fifth day. Arroyo is like all pitchers: Some starts the velocity..." May 12
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bronson Arroyo spent the last offseason doing all he could to regain some of the zip on his fastball. He followed the same routine this offseason. But if he never hits 90 again on the radar gun, he’s perfectly fine with that. “I saw last year that that’s all I got,” he said. “Most days, I’m..." March 03