Yes, it is the final score that matters the most.
It's the only score that matters.
Arroyo lulls them to sleep with a slow, easy delivery.
Are you talking about his pitching or his singing?
• Aroldis Chapman will start the season in the bullpen, giving the Reds three lefties along with Sean Marshall and Bill Bray. Chapman has a long way to go before he’s a polished pitcher -- he issued 41 walks in 50 innings last year -- but pitching coach Bryan Price said Chapman is “developing as a pitcher" this spring. He is throwing three pitches for strikes, he has a much better feel for his curveball, he has greatly improved his pickoff move and he has become a better fielder. Chapman is a contingency plan for the rotation, but only when he proves he can consistently throw more strikes. He has been better this spring.
Per Tim Kirkjerkian or whatever his name is.
"Chapman has a long way to go before he’s a polished pitcher -- he issued 41 walks in 50 innings last year"
And I don't get this Tim guys logic. Walks are more harmful coming as a role out of the bulpen where often Chapman might be put in a situation with 1-2 guys on base. The bullpen is a much more high pressured situation for a player like Chapman to learn to pitch in the Majors. He is clearly more comfortable as a starter, and has shown to have more success as a starter, so why would the Reds mess with that??