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Vottomatic
07-11-2010, 09:50 AM
Reds signed him this winter. He had TJ surgery. Anyone know how he's coming along?

OnBaseMachine
07-11-2010, 01:31 PM
I asked John Fay on twitter if he had heard any updates on Arredondo. His reponse:

Have you heard any updates on Jose Arredondo?//Rehabbing in Ariz. Going well. Surgery was 2/2, so he'll ready for ST

http://twitter.com/johnfayman

GOYA
07-11-2010, 01:36 PM
I think his surgery was in January. I haven't heard anything about his surgery itself and that's about all that you could expect to hear this soon. He shouldn't be throwing yet. But he should be reconditioning with weight training. I'll send Matt Andrews an e-mail and ask if he can get any report on his rehab.

Mario-Rijo
07-11-2010, 07:41 PM
I asked John Fay on twitter if he had heard any updates on Arredondo. His reponse:

Have you heard any updates on Jose Arredondo?//Rehabbing in Ariz. Going well. Surgery was 2/2, so he'll ready for ST

http://twitter.com/johnfayman

Good lookin' out OBM, I'm hopeful he will be a good high leverage arm for us sometime early next season. Lord knows we need another one.

corkedbat
07-11-2010, 09:34 PM
I think he'll make a nice addition to the middle of the bullpen

Mario-Rijo
07-11-2010, 09:56 PM
I think he'll make a nice addition to the middle of the bullpen

When healthy he has closer stuff.

corkedbat
07-11-2010, 10:24 PM
When healthy he has closer stuff.

Yep. Hope his rehab goes well and Masset continues his turn around, finishes this year strong and keeps it up next year. I think Masset is the key to the bullpen. I love Coco, but I'd give anything if they could find a taker this offseason and move his remaining conract off the books this offseason.

zjr1717
07-11-2010, 11:46 PM
When healthy he has closer stuff.

Its very likely he could end up replacing Cordero. I would think Walt is planning for this. Hopefully he does replace Cordero, it would be a huge coup not to have to pay our closer 10 million or so a year.

corkedbat
07-11-2010, 11:49 PM
Its very likely he could end up replacing Cordero. I would think Walt is planning for this. Hopefully he does replace Cordero, it would be a huge coup not to have to pay our closer 10 million or so a year.

More like $13M i believe.

zjr1717
07-11-2010, 11:58 PM
More like $13M i believe.

Ya, checked Cot's its 12m, that's alot of money for 70 innings a year, and it hurts even more now that he's below average in comparison to his peers in everything including peripherals.

Its funny that Arredondo is very similar to a young cordero, hes the type of guy who walks a tightrope of Ks and walks, the moment the k rate goes below 8 or so these guys are usually toast, cause of their walk rate.

It'll be interesting to see what Arredondo's control looks like when he comes back, i wonder how much time, if any, he'll spend in the minors. Might be good for him to spend a few months down in AAA, but with the way the reds bullpen has been this year, I doubt he'll have that luxury if he shows the "closer" stuff in ST next year that made him effective for one of his two seasons in Anaheim, and doesn't walk every other batter.

OnBaseMachine
07-12-2010, 05:42 PM
From John Fay:


RHP Jose Arrendondo remains in Goodyear, Ariz., rehabbing fro Feb. 2 Tommy John surgery. Reports on Arrendondo, who signed a minor league deal with the Reds in January, are good. Hes progressing like Edinson Volquez was early on.

He was 10-2 with a 1.62 ERA with Anaheim in 2008. He slipped to 2-3 with a 6.00 ERA last when dealing with the elbow issue.


http://cincinnati.com/blogs/reds/2010/07/12/updates-on-boxberger-arrendondo/

zjr1717
07-13-2010, 02:42 AM
From John Fay:

Hes progressing like Edinson Volquez was early on.

http://cincinnati.com/blogs/reds/2010/07/12/updates-on-boxberger-arrendondo/

Under the circumstances of Edinson's "recovery," I'm not sure thats a good comparison to make. :rolleyes:

Mario-Rijo
07-13-2010, 09:29 AM
Under the circumstances of Edinson's "recovery," I'm not sure thats a good comparison to make. :rolleyes:

I thought Edinsons recovery has went about as smooth as one could expect, did I miss something?

texasdave
07-13-2010, 11:01 AM
I thought Edinsons recovery has went about as smooth as one could expect, did I miss something?

Edinson's suspension because of steroid usage is what I believe was being alluded to.

OesterPoster
07-13-2010, 11:17 AM
Edinson's suspension because of steroid usage is what I believe was being alluded to.

He was just trying to start a family. ;)

Mario-Rijo
07-13-2010, 11:17 AM
Edinson's suspension because of steroid usage is what I believe was being alluded to.

Ah, ok thanks TD.

redsmetz
07-13-2010, 04:00 PM
So basically Redszone just drove a bit of news getting Fay to do an update on Arredondo.

Gallen5862
07-26-2010, 08:59 PM
http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/team/roster_40man.jsp?c_id=cin

Cincinnati Reds 40-Man Roster
Cincinnati Reds 40-man Roster # Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB
79 Jose Arredondo 60-day DL ** R-R 6'0" 175 Mar 12, 1984
61 Bronson Arroyo R-R 6'4" 195 Feb 24, 1977
34 Homer Bailey 15-day DL * R-R 6'3" 210 May 3, 1986
45 Bill Bray L-L 6'3" 220 Jun 5, 1983
51 Jared Burton * R-R 6'5" 230 Jun 2, 1981
54 Aroldis Chapman * L-L 6'4" 185 Feb 28, 1988
48 Francisco Cordero R-R 6'3" 240 May 11, 1975
47 Johnny Cueto R-R 5'10" 210 Feb 15, 1986
58 Enerio Del Rosario * R-R 6'2" 165 Oct 16, 1985
46 Carlos Fisher R-R 6'4" 225 Feb 22, 1983
39 Aaron Harang 15-day DL * R-R 6'7" 260 May 9, 1978
52 Daniel Ray Herrera * L-L 5'6" 165 Oct 21, 1984
44 Mike Leake R-R 6'1" 190 Nov 12, 1987
63 Sam LeCure * R-R 6'1" 205 May 4, 1984
57 Mike Lincoln 60-day DL ** R-R 6'2" 210 Apr 10, 1975
56 Matt Maloney * L-L 6'4" 220 Jan 16, 1984
40 Nick Masset R-R 6'4" 235 May 17, 1982
66 Logan Ondrusek R-R 6'8" 225 Feb 13, 1985
33 Micah Owings * R-R 6'5" 231 Sep 28, 1982
53 Arthur Rhodes L-L 6'2" 220 Oct 24, 1969
62 Jordan Smith R-R 6'4" 220 Feb 4, 1986
68 Philippe Valiquette * L-L 6'1" 205 Feb 14, 1987
36 Edinson Volquez R-R 6'0" 210 Jul 3, 1983
30 Travis Wood R-L 5'11" 165 Feb 6, 1987
# Catchers B/T Ht Wt DOB
29 Ryan Hanigan R-R 6'0" 200 Aug 16, 1980
55 Ramon Hernandez R-R 6'0" 225 May 20, 1976
# Infielders B/T Ht Wt DOB
77 Yonder Alonso * L-R 6'2" 210 Apr 8, 1987
2 Orlando Cabrera R-R 5'10" 195 Nov 2, 1974
43 Miguel Cairo R-R 6'1" 225 May 4, 1974
64 Juan Francisco * L-R 6'2" 180 Jun 24, 1987
7 Paul Janish R-R 6'2" 195 Oct 12, 1982
4 Brandon Phillips R-R 6'0" 200 Jun 28, 1981
27 Scott Rolen R-R 6'4" 250 Apr 4, 1975
15 Drew Sutton * S-R 6'3" 200 Jun 30, 1983
60 Chris Valaika * R-R 6'0" 215 Aug 14, 1985
19 Joey Votto L-R 6'3" 230 Sep 10, 1983
# Outfielders B/T Ht Wt DOB
32 Jay Bruce L-L 6'3" 225 Apr 3, 1987
21 Chris Dickerson 60-day DL ** L-L 6'3" 230 Apr 10, 1982
31 Jonny Gomes R-R 6'1" 225 Nov 22, 1980
28 Chris Heisey R-R 6'0" 215 Dec 14, 1984
17 Laynce Nix L-L 6'1" 220 Oct 30, 1980
6 Drew Stubbs R-R 6'4" 205 Oct 4, 1984

* Not on Active Roster
** Not on 40-Man Roster

Jose Arredondo was called up to the Cincinnati Reds and placed on the 60 Day DL. Their are still only 39 players on the 40 Man roster.

GIDP
07-26-2010, 09:01 PM
So basically Redszone just drove a bit of news getting Fay to do an update on Arredondo.

Redszone is basically the reason Fay has a job.

Mario-Rijo
07-26-2010, 11:49 PM
Redszone is basically the reason Fay has a job.

So your saying we must disband?

GIDP
07-26-2010, 11:49 PM
So your saying we must disband?

:laugh:

camisadelgolf
07-27-2010, 12:08 AM
Jose Arredondo was called up to the Cincinnati Reds and placed on the 60 Day DL. Their are still only 39 players on the 40 Man roster.
That 40th spot is probably reserved for Dickerson, who is tearing up the International League on a rehab assignment.