The Cincinnati Reds pounded the Orioles on Tuesday night, grabbing a 9-3 win at Great American Ball Park.
Bronson Arroyo got the win for the Reds as his comeback continues. He lost his first two starts this season when he was unable to avoid the big inning.
Here’s how he made history with the victory Tuesday night:
Prior to this season, no Red had started a game at 38 years of age or older since Joe Nuxhall in late 1966.
This was no giant leap for a starting rotation that has struggled to be effective or even log innings early this season, but it was a small step for Arroyo in his bid to resurrect his career.