Neither Paul Bako nor Bronson Arroyo had any answers on Tuesday. (Frank Gunn/AP)
By Mark Sheldon / MLB.com
Bronson Arroyo made it out of the first inning -- just barely. After allowing six runs in the opening frame, the right-hander couldn't get an out in the second, leading to a pitching line that read one-plus inning in which he allowed 10 earned runs on 11 hits, while giving up three home runs.
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