Bronson ArroyoSP, Cincinnati Reds
The guitar-toting, fan-favorite righthander became a cult hero in Cincy, appearing in several popular TV spots. Arroyo has spent six years with the Reds since being traded for outfielder -- we use that term loosely -- Wily Mo Pena -- during spring training 2006. Arroyo has been durable for the Reds, leading the league in innings in 2006 (240.2) and winning 17 games in '10, but he had a tough 2011 season, allowing a majors-high 46 home runs with a 5.07 ERA. He's off to a decent start in 2012, posting a 3.59 ERA and 2-3 record through 10 starts.