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Homer Baileys no-hitter: Reds take great care to authenticate it

3 July 2013 | 6:17 am Homer Bailey threw a no-hitter Tuesday night, the first of the 2013 MLB season. Nearly 28,000 fans at Great American Ball Park saw Bailey and the Cincinnati Reds beat the San Francisco Giants 3-0. Many more thousands watched it happen Continue reading http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mlb-big-league-stew/homer-bailey-no-hitter-reds-great-care-authenticate-061724344.html

Reds' Homer Bailey throws second no-hitter in 10 months

3 July 2013 | 4:37 am Becoming the third Cincinnati pitcher with more than one-hitter, Homer Bailey gives up just one walk in 3-0 win over San Francisco. He had the majors’ last no-hitter, in September. CINCINNATI Homer Bailey fretted for a moment as first baseman Joey Votto reached to pluck the ball out of the air for the final out. What next? Raise both arms in celebration. http://www.latimes.com/sports/baseball/mlb/la-sp-homer-bailey-no-hitter-20130703,0,2798494.story?track=rss

Reds' Homer Bailey recaptures no-hit magic in gem vs. Giants

3 July 2013 | 4:26 am Last year, baseball fans were treated to a whopping seven no-hitters, equaling the high-water mark from 1990 and 1991. While scoring is down slightly and strikeouts on the rise relative to 2012, it took more than half a season for a pitcher to notch this years first no-hitter. http://mlb.si.com/2013/07/02/reds-homer-bailey-recaptures-no-hit-magic-in-gem-vs-giants/?section=si_latest

<b>Homer Bailey's</b> second no-hitter opens the door – SBNation.com

3 July 2013 | 3:55 am Homer Bailey signals his arrival — again — and may he keep on doing it. http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/7/2/4489020/homer-bailey-no-hitter-reds-giants-sandy-koufax-nolan-ryan

Reds' <b>Homer Bailey</b> recaptures no-hit magic in gem vs. Giants | The <b>…</b>

3 July 2013 | 3:17 am Homer Bailey is living up to the expectations that the Reds had when they drafted him seventh 2004. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images). Last year, baseball fans were treated to a whopping seven no-hitters, equaling the high-water  http://mlb.si.com/2013/07/02/reds-homer-bailey-recaptures-no-hit-magic-in-gem-vs-giants/

<b>Homer Bailey</b> no-hits Giants – McCovey Chronicles

3 July 2013 | 2:52 am That's okay. When a guy named No-Hit Stanley comes in the league, they'll hit all kinds of homers off him. Life is funny like that! http://www.mccoveychronicles.com/2013/7/2/4488850/homer-bailey-no-hitter-recap

No Hitters BGS 9.5 10 Auto Homer Bailey 04 Bowman Chrome Rookie Signed Autograph

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Homer Bailey 2004 Topps Traded Rookie RC #T72 NO HITTER

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2013 Topps Series 2 Reds 8 Cards Homer Bailey Jay Bruce Aroldis Chapman

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  • Chase says:

    Homer Bailey’s No Hitter Question? There was one play that really made me think about Homer Bailey’s no hitter last night. It was the 7th inning I believe when this happened. There was one out and he had just walked his first batter. This of course took away the perfect game and made it a no hitter if he retired the rest of the batters, which he did. With one out and the runner he walked on 2nd, there was a little bouncer on the infield. Bailey didn’t make it to first in time so that left Votto with the only option to throw the guy who was previously on 2nd out when he was running 3rd. He successfully threw the runner out going to third, but the batter was safe at first. Isn’t that considered an infield hit or does the guy who was tagged out at third eliminate a recorded hit?

  • - says:

    Homer Bailey’s No-hitter: Reaching Question? Just saw the Reds game against the Giants and Bailey got a no-hitter. However, Buster Posey ‘reaches on a fielder’s choice out’ when Votto at 1B throws to 3B to get out a runner. Posey makes it to 1B but not through a walk, he is running to base. Why is this not given as a hit? Sorry, I’m new to baseball and I don’t understand what ‘reaches’ means or why it was a not a hit. Thanks.

    • Curator says:

      He wasn’t given the hit because Votto had two choices for an out. He could have gotten to 1st and get Posey out and have the other baserunner out at 3rd, or throw to 3rd to get the advancing baserunner and let Posey take first. So because Votto decided to spare Posey and throw the advancing baserunner out, Posey is not given the hit because he would have been out had the other runner not been there.

    • Curator says:

      Nolan Ryan (7), Sandy Koufax (4), Larry Corcoran (3), Bob Feller (3), Cy Young (3), Mark Buehrle, Jim Bunning, Steve Busby, Carl Erskine, Bob Forsch, Pud Galvin, Roy Halladay, Ken Holtzman, Randy Johnson, Addie Joss, Dutch Leonard, Jim Maloney, Christy Mathewson, Hideo Nomo, Allie Reynolds, Frank Smith, Warren Spahn, Bill Stoneman, Virgil Trucks, Johnny Vander Meer, Justin Verlander, Ed Walsh, and Don Wilson all threw multiple no-hitters. That’s 28 in addition to Bailey. Koufax, Young, Buehrle, Bunning, Halladay, Johnson, and Joss all had a perfect game as one of their no-hitters.

  • John says:

    Fantasy Baseball Team: How Would You Rate It? My team is 7-5 now after starting off 1-3, and I’m second in my division in 12 team league H2H rules. I just want outside opinion on my team right now. The number is the number of points per outing my player is averaging.

    C: Brian McCann (FA this week)-3.6
    1B: Freddie Freeman (Mid-Early Draft)-4.5
    2B: Matt Carpenter (Mid-Late Draft)- 4.6
    3B: David Freese (Mid Draft)- 3.5
    SS: Alexei Ramirez (Mid-Late Draft)-2.5
    LF: Mike Trout (2nd Pick)- 5.4
    CF: Jon Jay (FA)-3.4
    RF: Carlos Beltran (Mid-Early Draft)-4.4
    UT: Allen Craig (Mid Draft)- 4.6

    Josh Hamilton 🙁 (23rd Pick)-2.6
    Howie Kendrick (Mid-Draft)- 3.5
    Ichiro (FA)- 2.8
    Pete Kozma (FA)-2.2
    J.P Arencibia (Mid-Draft)-3.0
    Yuniesky Betancourt (FA)-2.5

    Starting Pitching
    Matt Cain (3rd Round Pick)-36.4
    R.A Dickey (4th Round Pick)-31.9
    Max Scherzer (Mid-Draft)-50.3
    Homer Bailey (Mid-Draft)-37.3
    James Shields (FA)-39.6
    Chris Tillman (FA this week)-34.1

    Relief Pitching
    Jim Johnson (Mid-Draft)-7.3
    Rafeal Batencourt (Mid-Late Draft)-7.5
    Tony Cingrani (FA this week)-28.1 (just moved to bullpen from starting on Reds)

  • Who Do You Think Will Be The Top 5 Pitchers In 5 Years? Matt Harvey,Homer Bailey,Jose Fernandez, Stephen Strasburg,Trevor Rosenthal,Madison Bumgarner.Plus the top 5 guys now.
    K Dawg

    Millville Meteor

    I completely forgot about Yu, I definitely agree.
    You might be right, Sale has pretty bad mechanics.

    • Curator says:

      1. Felix Hernandez
      2. Matt Harvey
      3. Clayton Kershaw
      4. Matt Moore
      5. Chris Sale

      I think Sale will have an injury plagued career.

      Edit: Oops, I think Strasburg will be injury prone career not Sale. Very few, if any pitchers have better stuff than Sale. Give him a few years to mature, learn the league and master his pitches and he’ll definitely be top 5 in my opinion.

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