Arroyo has been scratched from Tuesday's scheduled start because of back stiffness, but Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson is not worried about the right-hander's availability for the start of the season Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.
Prado is 5-for-7 with a pair of doubles in the D-Backs' first two spring games and seems to be much more comfortable with his teammates in his second spring with the club, the Arizona Republic reports.
D-Backs general manager Kevin Towers said that the addition of Bronson Arroyo doesn't eliminate Bradley from the mix for a rotation spot, the Arizona Republic reports. "With Archie, it's not about trying to save a year or save money," Towers said. "We need to win games; we want to win games. If we think he's ready coming out of the spring and that we're a better ballclub with Archie being on it, he's going to be there."