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BAR: Michael Lorenzen's best start helps Reds

BAR: Michael Lorenzen's best start helps Reds

Michael Lorenzen had the Reds' fourth start this season by a rookie of seven or more innings and two hits allowed.         
NoNoHitters.com May 3, 2015

Happy birthday to two-time no-no thrower Homer Bailey

A happy 29th birthday to Homer Bailey, thrower of two no-hitters for the Cincinnati Reds in 2012 and 2013. Bailey, who will miss the remainder of the 2015 season to undergo Tommy John surgery, first no-hit the Pittsburgh Pirates for on Friday, September 28, 2012 for a 1-0 win at PNC Park. Less than a …
Red Reporter May 2, 2015

Injury Report 5/2 - It Begins

Homer Bailey already out for season, Mesoraco in limbo, minor league injuries and some housekeeping We get the first (and always highly anticipated!) injury report of the season four weeks in.  Mainly, this delay is because I have been waiting for minor league rosters to shake out, but it also coincides with the breaking of the first devastating bit of injury news for this year.  Homer Bailey will miss all of 2015 and probably part of the 2016 season as well with Tommy John surgery.  In a season where the Reds were (are) probably going to need some good luck to be in playoff contention,...
Baltimore Sun May 1, 2015

Baseball notes: Reds pitcher Homer Bailey is out for the season

Reds starter Homer Bailey will have surgery on his pitching elbow and miss the rest of the season, a significant setback to Cincinnati's struggling staff.
Columbus Dispatch May 1, 2015

Reds pitcher Homer Bailey out for season, plans elbow surgery

Reds starter Homer Bailey will have surgery on his pitching elbow and miss the rest of the season, a significant setback to Cincinnati’s struggling staff. Bailey tore a ligament in his right elbow and will have Tommy John surgery next Friday. The Reds expect him to be fully recovered in time for next season.
Cincinnati.com May 1, 2015
Bailey out for the season

Bailey out for the season

As expected, Homer Bailey's 2015 season is over         
Red Reporter May 1, 2015

Reds RHP Homer Bailey to undergo Tommy John surgery

The Reds resident no-no machine will be out for the rest of the 2015 season, and then some. The elbow ligament sprain that sidelined Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey last week and earned him a spot on the team's 60-day DL is apparently one that won't simply get better with time. The team announced Friday that Bailey, in just the second year of the 6 year, $105 million contract he signed prior to the 2014 season, will need Tommy John surgery on his right throwing arm. RHP Homer Bailey to have "Tommy John" surgery. Is expected to return during the 2016 season. — Cincinnati Reds...
Redleg Nation May 1, 2015

Bailey to have Tommy John surgery

In an announcement that surprises no one, the Reds have tweeted that Homer Bailey will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. RHP Homer Bailey to have Tommy John surgery. Is expected to return during the 2016 season. — Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) May 1, 2015 This follows the announcement last week that Bailey was suffering from a …
Better Off Red May 1, 2015

HOMER BAILEY TO HAVE SEASON-ENDING SURGERY

RHP Homer Bailey has been diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow…he is expected to return during the 2016 season…“After consulting with (team medical director) Dr. Kremchek and other orthopaedic surgeons, we determined the best option with the most predictable outcome is to surgically repair the ligament,” said Reds President of […]
Cincinnati.com Apr 29, 2015

Reds' Bryan Price: No decision on Homer Bailey yet

The Reds placed Homer Bailey on the 60-day disabled list and Manny Parra on the 15-day disabled list.         
Red Reporter Apr 29, 2015

What You Need To Know About Michael Lorenzen

Or at least what you should know. By now, everyone has heard that Homer Bailey has been placed on the disabled list with an elbow ligament sprain.  The best case scenario is that Bailey misses a month or two, but it sounds like it could be much longer.  The first player called up to take his place, and hopefully stick around for a while, is Michael Lorenzen.  Lorenzen is a name that many Reds fans have heard in the past as he was one of the final cuts in spring training and one of their top prospects since his draft day.  During spring training the Reds were looking at Lorenzen to fill...
Athletics Nation Apr 28, 2015

Daily Link Dump 4/28/15

Links before the A's try to snap the losing streak against their division rivals. Reds starter Homer Bailey may need surgery on his sprained elbow. Whether or not he needs surgery, it seems he'll be out for more than two weeks. Did you know the oldest New York Yankee lives in San Francisco? He wore the pinstripes for just one game, but had a nice career in the PCL and still lives around here. The Orioles have made major changes to their schedule in response to the riots in Baltimore. I'm wondering, why can't the Rays just be the home team for this weekend, and then in return, flip around...
Red Reporter Apr 28, 2015

Who's the New Boss Without Old Hoss?

It looks like Homer Bailey is not going to pitch any time soon. Who will the Reds call up to take his place? Until we get further confirmation about the extent of Bailey's injury, I'm just going to assume that the seventh pick in the 2004 draft was abducted by aliens and his right arm was replaced by a tentacle. And not one of those cool, bullwhip-y tentacles but something gross and slimy that makes it tough to pick up a baseball. Point is, Homer Bailey is injured. They need somebody to take his place, perhaps for the rest of 2015. They could use a spot starter or something until they get a...
Cincinnati.com Apr 28, 2015
BAR: Homer Bailey's injury brings questions

BAR: Homer Bailey's injury brings questions

Could Michael Lorenzen get the call to replace Homer Bailey in the Reds' rotation?         

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