Homer Bailey became the third pitcher in Reds history to throw multiple no-hitters on Tuesday night when he blanked the San Francisco Giants. Just like his first career no-no, the only baserunner Bailey allowed came via a walk in the seventh inning. When asked whether having an at-bat just before the seventh played a role in the free pass after Cincinnati's 3-0 win, Bailey kept his answer short.. and profane.
"No man. I mean I just f***ing walked a guy. This game is pretty tough," Bailey said live on Fox Sports. "Regardless of what those guys up there make it sound pretty easy but this is a tough game."
Bailey finished with 10 strikeouts as he became the first player to throw consecutive no-hitters since Nolan Ryan did so in 1974 and 1975, according to MLB Network.
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