Nationals released RHP Bronson Arroyo.
Bronson Arroyo told Zach Buchanan of the Cincinnati Enquirer that he plans to continue his career after receiving a stem cell treatment for his elbow.
Bronson Arroyo (shoulder) was shut down several weeks ago.
Bronson Arroyo (shoulder) has begun pitching for the Nationals' Rookie-level team in the Gulf Coast League.
Bronson Arroyo is now throwing side-arm or three-quarters in a final attempt to stave off retirement.
Nationals released RHP Bronson Arroyo; re-signed him to a minor league contract.
Bronson Arroyo has been diagnosed with a partial tear in his rotator cuff tendons and will be sidelined for 4-to-6 weeks.
Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports that the doctor mistakenly misread Bronson Arroyo's MRI and he does not have a torn rotator cuff.
Bronson Arroyo has been diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff.
The Nationals are saying reports of Bronson Arroyo's torn labrum are "premature."
Bronson Arroyo has been diagnosed with an 80 percent tear of the labrum in his right shoulder.
Bronson Arroyo was scratched from Wednesday's Grapefruit League with right shoulder soreness.
Bronson Arroyo surrendered two runs and four hits in two innings Friday against the Marlins.
Bronson Arroyo's contract with the Nationals states that the club has to let him know five days before camp breaks whether he's made the team.