Bailey strong, Reds whip Rockies 8-1

HOMER BAILEY WENT SIX SOLID INNINGS FOR HIS FIRST WIN SINCE AUG. 12, BILLY HAMILTON HAD A TWO-OUT, TWO-RUN SINGLE AFTER MISSING A GAME WITH A BOTHERSOME BACK AND THE CINCINNATI REDS BEAT THE COLORADO ROCKIES 8-1 ON TUESDAY NIGHT

.JOSE PERAZA, SCOTT SCHEBLER AND PINCH-HITTER SCOOTER GENNETT ADDED HOMERS FOR THE REDS, WHO HAVE WON THREE OF THEIR LAST 18 ROAD GAMES.

THE INJURY-PLAGUED BAILEY (1-2) SCATTERED EIGHT HITS IN THE LONGEST OF HIS THREE STARTS THIS SEASON. THE RIGHT-HANDER WITH TWO CAREER NO-HITTERS WAS ON THE DISABLED LIST UNTIL JUNE 24 AS HE RECOVERED FROM OFFSEASON SURGERY TO REMOVE BONE SPURS IN HIS PITCHING ELBOW

.KYLE FREELAND (8-7) STRUGGLED EARLY BEFORE SETTLING DOWN. HE GAVE UP FIVE RUNS OVER 5 1/3 INNINGS IN HIS THIRD STRAIGHT LOSS. 

THE 31-YEAR-OLD BAILEY HAS BEEN LIMITED TO 11 STARTS SINCE 2015 DUE TO AN ASSORTMENT OF ARM INJURIES.

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