LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) – Reds pitcher Homer Bailey lasted only one inning in his first rehab appearance with the Louisville Bats last Monday.
He ended up sticking around a little longer his second time around and said after his start, he did make some progress.
Bailey lasted two innings in his second rehab appearance with the Bats. He gave up one run on five hits and had one strike out in Louisville’s 3-2 win over Gwinnett Saturday at Slugger Field.
Bailey threw 38 pitches, 13 more than he did Monday. 28 were for strikes.
“Again, it’s just kind of a feel thing,” said Bailey who is trying to get back into form following Tommy-John surgery. “Right now I’m not really where I’d like to be."
The Bats snapped a five-game losing streak with the win.
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